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More than half of employees commute to work

At the end of 2011, nearly 56 percent of employees did not work in their municipality of residence. Larger cities in particular attract many commuters. Half of the busiest commuter roads lead to...

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Provincial budget for road maintenance and construction 1.2 billion euro

The provincial road maintenance budget amounts to 1.2 billion euro in 2011, i.e. more than one and a half times as high as in 2005.

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Internationalisation Monitor 2021, third quarter – Non-tariff measures

In this Monitor, we offer insight into what NTMs mean in general and to Dutch trade in particular; the effects of NTMs on product quality and costs, and the extent to which NTM-related costs affect...

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Local units by municipalities, 2006-2010

Number of local units Economic activity (SIC 2008) and municipalities

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Consumption of biofuels in road transport decreases

The consumption of biofuels decreased from 3.5 percent of all petrol and diesel consumed in road transport in 2009, to 2 percent in 2010. The consumption of biodiesel fell from 3.5 to 1.5 percent....

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SDG 9 Industrie, innovation and infrastructure

Latest data contributing to worldwide monitoring of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) ) 9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure. SDG 9 addresses infrastructure and their use (mobility). In...

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Fewer driving licences issued than before the pandemic

In 2021, the number of newly issued car driving licences was 7.8 percent higher than in the previous year. Altogether 178 thousand new licences were issued. This was still 17.7 percent lower than in...

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Fire service attending to more non-fire incidents

In 2019, the control room of The Netherlands Fire Service processed 238 thousand reported incidents, i.e. 3 percent less than in the previous year. The number of reports and call-outs was up for both...

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Most commuters live on the outskirts of town

Many commuters live on the outskirts of town. They often live in areas situated on the fringes of their place of residence.

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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.

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Fewer dry bulk shipments by inland vessels in 2019

In 2019, inland vessels transported 361 million tonnes of goods over Dutch waterways, i.e. 0.4 percent more than one year previously.

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Rented houses predominantly found in urban areas, owner-occupied houses in rural areas

Owner-occupied dwellings are predominantly found in rural areas, commuter towns and on the outskirts of the city. Rented houses and flats are mainly situated in major city centres and student...

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Over 6 percent less rail transport in 2020

Last year, 40 million tonnes of goods were transported by rail in the Netherlands. This is 6.2 percent less than in 2019.

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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...

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Less international road haulage in 2020

In 2020, Dutch road hauliers transported 686 million tonnes of freight, 0.4 percent less than in 2019.

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