2023 Financials

We greatly appreciate the generous support from our partners, donors and supporters which enables us to carry out our mission effectively.

For the financial period until 30 June 2023 (FY 2022-2023), SLOCAT committed 84% of our expenditure to our programmes activities. We dedicated 16% of our resources to fundraising, financial management and operations.

SLOCAT’s revenue totalled EUR 982.568 in FY 2022-2023, with 42% from grants and contracts, 38% from bilateral agencies and multilateral development banks, 14% from governments, and 6% from annual support from SLOCAT Partners.

Our sound practices have contributed to maintain efficient, effective, and flexible operations, with strong safeguards in place to ensure the prudent management of funds, and accountability to our partners, donors, and supporters.


SLOCAT is a not-for-profit organisation registered in The Netherlands. Our financial year runs from 1 July to 30 June.

Annual Support from SLOCAT Partners

  • Annual Support Contributors: Alstom, Bus Rapid Transit Centre of Excellence, Concito, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), European Cyclists’ Federation, European Investment Bank, IDDRI, move2change, POLIS Network, Rupprecht Consult, Trans-Consult, UNIFE – The European Rail Industry, Union Cycliste Internationale, and Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy.
  • SLOCAT Foundation Supporters: FIA Foundation, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, International Association of Public Transport, International Union of Railways, World Resources Institute.

Bilateral Agencies and Multilateral Development Banks: Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Islamic Development Bank.

Governments: Gemeente Rotterdam; Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, Province of British Columbia; Ministry of Environment, Portugal; Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, The Netherlands; Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Luxembourg; Ministry of Transport, France; Transport Scotland; Washington State Office of the Governor.

Foundations and Other Funders: Alstom, Energias de Portugal, FIA Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, Michelin, SOLUTIONSplus (under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme), Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF), Loughborough University (under the Climate Compatible Growth programme).