Dries van Agt, a life dedicated to politics, passion…

Dries van Agt, a life dedicated to politics, passion…

Van Agt's term in government coincided with a time when the Netherlands was confronted with several challenges in the field of internal security, including the Moluccan train hijackings. Dries van Agt, a striking…

Vera Bergkamp addresses departing MPs: end of a…

Vera Bergkamp addresses departing MPs: end of a…

The Electoral Council presented the final election results to the Speaker of the House on December 1. The departing members left a House that is at a crossroads of change, with political dynamics…

Uslu chooses family business Corendon over state secretariat

Uslu chooses family business Corendon over state secretariat

State Secretary Gunay Uslu of Culture and Media is leaving the outgoing cabinet. Gunay Uslu, the current Secretary of State for Culture and Media for the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, has…

The work in Dorpstraat is much more fascinating than…

The work in Dorpstraat is much more fascinating than…

Tim Vandenput has announced that he will not stand for election in the Federal elections in 2024. Belgian representative and mayor of Hoeilaart Tim Vandenput (Open Vld) has announced that he will...

PVV

Vroommm, the political cards for our mobility are being shuffled

The Netherlands turns right. We will drive 140 km/h and there will be no cuts in the construction of new roads. This 'monster victory', as various media describe it, marks an important…

It's up to the voters to decide which…

It's up to the voters to decide which…

The future of our mobility is on your ballot. The elections determine the course of Dutch traffic and transport. In the spotlight of Dutch politics are the elections,…

cameras for road pricing

The Netherlands has a divided political landscape regarding road pricing

The future of road pricing in the Netherlands remains uncertain, but what is certain is that the way we tax mobility is subject to change. The Netherlands is on the eve of a…

self-driving car

Gilkinet's policy resistance to self-driving cars is a bump in the road

Meanwhile, voices from academia, including Steven Latré of Imec, are calling for pilot projects to further develop self-driving technology.


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Mobility alarm bells are sounding louder than ever for the political party programme

Mobility alarm bells are sounding louder than ever for the political party programme

From affordability to sustainability: how do political parties want to keep our country mobile in the coming years? It is an urgent call that sounds like an alarm bell in everyone's ears...

New Social Contract focuses on radical reform of…

New Social Contract focuses on radical reform of…

Pieter Omtzigt and his party are putting mobility cards on the table. From cycle paths in the city to international train networks, the New Social Contract election program presents a far-reaching mobility vision. The…

The Senate rejects popular work-from-home law, sowing division in the…

The Senate rejects popular work-from-home law, sowing division in the…

From strong support in the House of Representatives to unexpected rejection in the Senate, interest groups and experts respond. Not entirely unexpectedly, the Senate has put an end to the much-discussed bill...

Wallonia welcomes Uber: a leap forward or a pitfall?

Wallonia welcomes Uber: a leap forward or a pitfall?

While the Walloon Parliament welcomes Uber and similar services, there are concerns about fair competition and the future of social transport. The access of platforms such as Uber, Bolt and Heetch…