An evidence based framework to assess the influence of positive personalized incentives on car use reduction
Mobile City Innovation Program The Mobile City Innovation Program (IMS) carries out practical experiments aimed at developing and testing innovations for the integration of mobility, technology and spatial developments of cities and urban regions.
Netmobil Several rural communities in the Netherlands face accessibility and livability problems. Schools, shops and public services close or relocate to larger cities and public transport services are infrequent and inefficient and face budget cuts. The project NETMOBIL addresses these accessibility issues by developing a technology driven demand responsive mobility platform (a Mobility as a Service) for the Achterhoek region in the Province of Gelderland.
Road Safety for Cyclists in Dutch Cities The Netherlands is well-known for cycling. All together the Dutch own over 22 million bicycles with a population of 17 million people. Almost a quarter of the Dutch population cycles every day. In the Netherlands, the use of the bicycle is increasing in many Dutch cities. Cycle paths have become noticeably busier with a stronger variety in the types of bicycles (such as cargo bike, pedal-assist electric bike, speed pedelec) and in cycling speeds.