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Weesperstraat 111 NL-1018 VN Amsterdam - The Netherlands
Tel: 31 (0)20 527 3700
Fax: 00 31 (0)20 527 3777
Responsible person: M. Ruud van der Ploeg (senior advisor transport infrastructure)
A Regional Council (62), elected by and from the municipal councils,
An Executive Board (7), elected by and from the Regional Council.
Mayor of Amsterdam chairs the Regional Council and the Executive Board.
Staff: 70 employees (1-12-2011) of which 18 are employed in the public transport department.
Stadsregio harbors 3 other sector departments:
- Infrastructuur: infrastructure projects and studies, planning and funding;
- Ruimte&Mobiliteit: housing, tourism, economic restructuring, and mobility management;
- Concern management: governance, human resources, financing and judicial affairs
- establishing a stable and differentiated economy which is able to compete in the international markets
- offering a good social climate for the inhabitants of the region
- creating a durable environment.
Stadsregio budget for 2011 amounts to € 695 million, of which € 83,3 million is spent in traffic and public transport infrastructure. The total spending on public transport was € 372,2 million.
Main expenses in 2011 is a subsidy to GVB, the Amsterdam municipal transport company for urban transport operations, management and maintenance of infrastructure, amounting to € 173,6 million.
On regional bus services (Connexxion and Arriva) the Stadsregio spends € 51,3 million.
Farebox revenues 2010
GVB Amsterdam € 150,6 million. For the 3 suburban PT-concessions Zaanstreek, Waterland and Amstelland-Meerlanden revenues of passengers amount to € 48,2 million