Benchmark for active, healthy, sustainable municipal mobility

A coalition made up of the Netherlands Society for Nature and Environment (Natuur & Milieu), the Dutch Cyclists’ Union (Fietsersbond), Friends of the Earth-Netherlands (Milieudefensie), STREETSforALL (MENSenSTRAAT), the public transport passengers’ association Rover, the Lung Foundation (Longfonds) and the Dutch Hikers’ Association (Wandelnet) are collaborating on a project to encourage municipalities to draw up ‘green council agreements’.

CE Delft was commissioned by the coalition to develop a benchmark for 30 municipalities, summarizing their current status when it comes to active, healthy, sustainable mobility and giving an indication of the need and opportunities for moving towards a more sustainable urban environment with improved quality of life.

A Dutch-language report on the overall results is available here.

The results of the benchmark for active, healthy, sustainable municipal mobility for 30 municipalities can be consulted here (in Dutch):

Alkmaar Breda Emmen Leeuwarden 's-Hertogenbosch
Almere Delft Enschede Leiden Tilburg
Amersfoort Den Haag Groningen Maastricht Utrecht
Amsterdam Deventer Haarlem Middelburg Zaanstad
Apeldoorn Dordrecht Heerlen Nijmegen Zoetermeer
Arnhem Eindhoven Hengelo Rotterdam Zwolle

 

Spreadsheets:

This spreadsheet provides all the data used for the benchmark.

This spreadsheet gives the data by municipality. In cell C1 of the tab 'Gemeente' is a dropdown menu where you can choose the municipality you’re interested in.

Delft, March 2018