From electric cars, boats and taxis to car sharing initiatives and schemes to make the city’s roads a greener place, Amsterdam has been at the forefront of smart mobility for many years now.
In 2018, the total number of electric cars in the Netherlands doubled, and three times as many electric cars were purchased compared to 2017. In total, there are now almost 50,000 fully electric cars on Dutch roads.
A 31-strong fleet of new electric buses will be introduced onto Amsterdam's public transport network by 2020, as the city aims to make all buses emissions-free by 2030.
Renault has announced that it will launch Fetch, an electric car-sharing service in Amsterdam in January 2019.