The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management recently launched a public campaign about the advantages of hybrid working: working partly at home and partly at the office. The corona crisis is not over yet, but fortunately more and more is possible. The advice still applies from the cabinet: 'Work at home if it is possible'
Dutch drivers consider social media messages they receive while driving unimportant (84%) and not worth the risk of a fine (94%). Almost half even find them nonsensical and useless. Yet two-thirds of the Dutch sometimes read a message while cycling or driving, out of curiosity or because
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (IenW) wants to keep the Netherlands accessible, safe and liveable. In 2022, IenW will invest €3,6 billion in maintenance, replacement and renovation of roads, waterways, rail, bridges and the main water system. In doing so, IenW is taking an important step in the enormous maintenance operation of the coming years. At the same time comes
A study by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management shows that working from home is here to stay in our country, many companies want to continue working from home after the corona crisis. More than 1100 companies participated in the survey. The research also found that companies use the travel of their
The Dutch road network is becoming increasingly congested, which means that in 2040 the smallest disruptions in traffic can cause traffic jams at lightning speed. This is apparent from the Integrated Mobility Analysis (IMA) of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. With high economic and demographic growth, car use increases enormously, causing congestion in