Participants Gemeente Den Haag The Hague is the International City of Peace and Justice. It is the United Nations’ second city, after New York. There are 160 international organisations in The Hague, employing around 14,000 people dedicated to the cause of world peace. The Hague is also the seat of the Dutch parliament, with the ministries situated in and around the historic city centre. The city is located by the sea and has 11 kilometres of sandy beaches, with the beach resorts of Scheveningen and Kijkduin as the main centres for visitors. The Hague has a population of 539.000 inhabitants, and it is part of the Rotterdam-The Hague metropolitan region with a population of 2.5 million inhabitants. Mobility transition.The city of The Hague is growing. An increasing number of residents, visitors, workers translate into increased transportation needs. The challenge is to organize mobility in such a way to enhance the city’s quality of life, attractiveness an accessibility. This will only be possible if priority is given to clean an space-efficient modes of transport. Reducing CO2 emissions and increasing the quality of life. This translates to prioritizing walking, cycling and public transport and increasing the modal share of these transport modes. Make way for bikes!