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New steps in big data for traffic and transport statistics
Is it possible to combine new data sources, like road sensors in motorways, GPS data and camera footage with information from questionnaires?
Turnover removal companies slows down
During the second quarter of 2015, removal companies did not benefit from the recovery of the housing market. Although house sales grew by 19 percent relative to the same period last year, removal...
Removal companies in the lift after crisis in the transport sector
Removal companies realised almost 6 percent more turnover in the first quarter of 2015 than in the same quarter of 2014. This meant that turnover increased for six quarters in a rowTurnover in the...
Traffic death toll substantially down in 2013
Today, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) and the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment have released figures on traffic mortality. Last year, 570 people died in traffic accidents in the...
Employees in the welfare sector broken down by subsector and inflow, promotion and outflow of staff, 2009-2010 (Dutch only)
Additional custom-made tables regarding labour market mobility in the Netherlands in the period 2009–2010, broken down by the 3 subsectors of the welfare sector. Commissioned by: Institute for...
Employees by sector for recruitment, promotion and outflows, 2009-2010 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables regarding the mobility on the Dutch labour market in the period 2009 – 2010, broken down into 8 sectors. Commissioned by: Uitvoeringsorgaan Werknemersverzekering (UWV)
Mobility of university employees 2006-2008 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on mobility of university employees between 2006 and 2008. Includes figures on mobility within the university, mobility between universities and mobility between universities and...
Consumer confidence and share prices slump simultaneously
Each month, Statistics Netherlands measures consumer confidence. Consumer confidence is affected by numerous factors, like unemployment, share prices, developments on the housing market and...
Road traffic nuisance serious but stable
Although the total number of cars registered in the Netherlands has grown by a million since 2005, the nuisance caused by road traffic has hardly changed. Speeding is still the main source of...
Further reduction traffic deaths
Last year, 720 people were killed on Dutch roads, a reduction by 30 (4 percent) relative to 2008. The reduction is mainly recorded among 30 to 60-year-olds and motorists.
More than one tenth of the Netherlands covered by woods
More than 10 percent of the Dutch land area (3,447 km²) is occupied by woods. This corresponds to the total land area of the province of Friesland.
Mobility of university employees 2003-2006 (Dutch only)
Up to now not much is known about the job mobility of university employees. No information was available about job changes between universities, or about jobs university employees moved to after...
Traffic sector invests substantially more in environmental measures
Some 653 million euro was invested in the traffic sector to protect the environment in the Netherlands in 2007. This is 60 percent more than in 2005.