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53 news items of Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
Data from intelligent, connected vehicles contribute to safer road traffic
Anonymised vehicle data are going to help road managers by providing constant insights on road conditions. This will give road ...
The Netherlands re-elected to Council of IMO International Maritime Organisation
This Friday, 10 December 2021, the Kingdom of the Netherlands has been re-elected as a council member of the International ...
Glasgow climate summit: agreement on more clean heavy-duty vehicles
Fifteen countries and several transport sector companies spread across four continents are embarking on a drive for clean ...
Number of electric shared cars has doubled in 2021
The amount of electric shared cars has more than doubled last year. In March 2020, there were 5,200 electric shared cars, while ...
State opening of Parliament (Prinsjesdag): major maintenance tasking in the pursuit of accessibility, safety, and liveability
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management aims to keep the Netherlands accessible, safe, and liveable. In 2022, the ...
ICT-Pact: Joining forces towards circular and fair ICT
Today seven countries are signing the international Circular and Fair ICT Pact. The signatories commit to working together in ...
Flight ban replaced by self-quarantine and two negative test result requirements
From 1 June all travellers from countries with a very high COVID-19 risk will be required to self-quarantine on arrival and show ...
Ban on incoming flights from India as of 18.00 on Monday 26 April
From Monday 26 April 2021 at 18.00 there will be a ban on all incoming passenger flights from India. This was decided by the ...
Dutch Minister Van Nieuwenhuizen speaks during President Biden’s climate summit
Today, Dutch Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen (Infrastructure and Water Management) will be participating in the Leaders Summit on ...
Van Veldhoven: some of the Green Deal agreements should be adopted worldwide
Agreements made in the European Green Deal about the obligatory reuse of materials should be adopted worldwide. This would ...