If you want to keep up to date with the latest developments on a particular topic, you can subscribe to RSS feeds from the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT). This way, you will be automatically informed of the latest news.

With RSS, you do not need to keep visiting the same Internet sites to see if something new has been published. You will be automatically notified as soon as this happens.

ILT RSS feeds

To subscribe to the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) RSS feed, simply click on the following link and indicate at the top of the screen that you would like to receive our RSS feed: RSS feeds news items (in English). You can also indicate there to place your RSS feeds in the favourites toolbar of your internet browser.

Receive press releases

You can follow our press releases by means of RSS or by using the central government press release service (in Dutch). For the latter, please register via the website

What you need to use RSS

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (simple simultaneous publication). To read an RSS feed, you need a so-called RSS reader. This is a computer programme that uses RSS feeds to automatically retrieve news for you and compiles them into one overview. 

Several free RSS readers are available on the Internet. Feedreader is a frequently used free RSS reader. Do you use Firefox or Safari? Then you do not need to install an RSS reader. These programmes already have a built-in RSS reader. Once you have installed your RSS reader, you can add RSS feeds of your choice.

This is how to add an RSS feed with Feedreader:

  • Go to the orange RSS button.
  • Right-click and select 'Add shortcut'.
  • Click 'Add new feed', then click 'next'.
  • Give the RSS feed a name and click 'finish'.