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Redistribution of mass and probabilities
Models to transport goods or matter can also be used to disaggregate probability measures defined on 2D-tables.
International goods transport
Goods transport between the Netherlands and abroad, where either the place of loading or the place of unloading is outside the Netherlands.
Driving licence ownership among young people not yet at pre-pandemic level
On 1 January 2023, over 11.5 million people were holding a Dutch car driving licence, 0.7 percent more than one year previously.
User of public transport
Someone who made used of public transportation for at least one trip on the day of the survey.
Municipal budgets; income and expenditures by region and size class
Budgeted expenditures and revenues per task (policy area) in millions of and in euros per inhabitant by region and size class
'Transport provided according to a timetable with fixed stops and routes for use by the general public.
International transport of goods loaded or unloaded in the Netherlands with a foreign country of origin or destination.
A regional classification, based on the COROP classification, used in trade and transport statistics, showing regions with major import and export flows in international goods trade.
Costs related to means of transport, including - rental costs and lease costs - repair and maintenance - costs of insurances and road tax - fuel costs.
Transport for hire or reward
The transport of goods and/or people for money and on account of third parties.
National goods transport
Goods transport where both the place of loading and the place of unloading is in the Netherlands.
Third country transport
International transport between places in two different countries by a transporter registered in a third country.
Electrification in the Netherlands 2017–2021
This note aims to provide data that may help to quantify electrification in the Netherlands from 2017 - 2021 for the most releant technologies currently being used: heat pumps and electric cars
Sharp fall in traffic deaths in 2004
Traffic fatality rate fell by 19 percent last year. 881 people were killed in traffic in 2004. In the previous year 1,088 people died on Dutch roads. Far fewer men and children died in road accidents.
Container transport increasingly important
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports that container transhipment in Dutch sea ports has risen by 9 percent in 2014.
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.
Local intergovernmental organisations; revenues and expenditures by tasks
Intergovernmental organisations, revenues, expenditures by main function Directive for Budgeting and Accounting (BBV) municipalities and provinces