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Fimotions is a consultancy that provides advice on how to deal with urban mobility challenges by developing innovative sustainable solutions. Our goal is to make the Earth a better place to live, now and in the future, by greening the mobility sector. We would like to contribute our expertise to help policy-makers create a sustainable urban mobility system.

 

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Study & Research: We conduct studies and researches for clients on various aspects of sustainable mobility. Our experience in undertaking international projects assures we are always abreast of best international practices that are best for each unique situation of our clients.

Policy Advice: Fimotions provides independent and impartial policy advice for our clients, underpinned by research evidence. These include  position papers, master plans, and feasibility studies to identify and analyse the economic and financial costs and benefits of planned investments. 

Don’t miss the latest news on how the world is keeping up with the transition to a sustainable mobility system. Through our newsletter, we will share news updates, our projects and perspective on this issue around the globe.

Sign up now and receive a must-read 10-page ebook about “Urban Transport Trends in World’s Megacities”. In this special edition, we highlight the latest global transport trends in megacities.

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This very first study on CO2 emissions by Dutch public transport users was conducted by Balancia together with Fimotions. Getting and interpreting the right data and using if for the calculation model was challenging and almost undoable. Fimotions did it!
Arjen Jaarsma, public transport expert

 
 

We promote the use of sustainable modes of transport. Our office is located inside The Hague Central Station building. Do you have any questions about our service? Please feel free to contact us!

Koningin Juliana Plein 10, 1st Floor

   2595 AA The Hague, The Netherlands

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    “To secure the future health and prosperity of our city, we need to be bolder in encouraging people to reduce their reliance on cars.” - Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London. Two days ago, Sadiq Khan revealed his plan to give a higher priority to public transport and non-motorised transport, reduce car parking space, and support the increase of zero emission vehicles. London will finally follow the success of other European capitals like Paris and Amsterdam. It’s about time!  https://lnkd.in/e-pDz8F

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