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By News Editor / Updated: 27 Aug 2015
By News Editor / Updated: 18 Jan 2017

IRTAD road safety annual reports

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The International Road Traffic and Accident Database (IRTAD) gathers data on traffic and road accidents from 28 out of the 30 OECD Member countries. The main part of the database, with around 500 data items, includes aggregated data on injury accidents, road fatalities, vehicle population, network length, vehicle kilometrage from 28 countries (for 1965 and for every year since 1970).

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By Lewis Macdonald / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

UNECE Statistical Database - Transport Infrastructure

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The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe's (UNECE) statistical database for transport infrastructure offers the possibility to view the length of road, railway and waterway infrastructure, categorised by type of infrastructure, nature of transport, and density from all European countries.

By News Editor / Updated: 07 Jun 2018

ITF short-term trends

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The International Transport Forum collects quarterly data on the short-term evolution of the transport sector in its 51 member countries to foresee trend shifts in the sector as a result of economic down or upturn.

The data covers three modes of inland transport (rail, road and inland waterways) together with some economic indicators. Series are available from 1995 and are published with a three-month lag.

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By News Editor / Updated: 17 May 2018

ITF online transport tool

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The online tool, launched by the ITF and OECD in 2017, allows users to freely select between 19 transport-related indicators for more than 50 countries to create their own transport data. This allows users to:

  • Compare trends for up to four countries simultaneously.
  • Create country rankings.
  • Show country information on a world map

The topics cover CO2 emissions, road safety, infrastructure investment, modal shares and the transport network. 

 

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By News Editor / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

UK Department of Transport statistics

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The UK's Department of Transport provides a large amount of statistics for a wide field in transport.

Within the scope of national statistics, it provides an accurate, comprehensive and meaningful picture of transport patronage in the UK.

In many cases, statistical publications during the year provide the first release of data, as well as annual, quarterly and monthly reports.

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By News Editor / Updated: 30 Jul 2015

Global Bus Rapid Transit data

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The Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) Databank gives the sustainable transport community access to reliable and current data about the BRT and bus corridors in operation.

It is possible to choose between browsing for indicators or locations of BRT systems. The platform provides a convenient repository of data from a variety of sources including researchers, transit agencies, municipalities and non-governmental organisations.

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By News Editor / Updated: 30 Jul 2015

World Bank urban development and transport statistics

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Under the topics of urban development and infrastructure, the World Bank provides a large amount of transport-related data.

A special feature allows comparison between different countries. Indicators include number of motor cars, PM emissions, road-sector energy consumption and vehicle numbers per road km.

By News Editor / Updated: 18 Oct 2016

Swiss National Air Pollution Monitoring Network (NABEL)

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The National Air Pollution Monitoring Network (NABEL) measures air pollution at 16 locations in Switzerland. The stations are distributed throughout the country and monitor pollution at typical locations (e.g. city-centre streets, residential areas, rural stations).

It provides hourly, daily, monthly and annual data about common air pollutants, and is available in English, French, German and Italian.

By News Editor / Updated: 29 May 2015

TEMS modal split tool

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The EPOMM project's TEMS tool aims to show the transport modal split of all cities in the EU with more than 100 000 inhabitants, of which there are more than 600.

It also contains a number of modal splits from non-European cities and European cities with fewer than 100 000 inhabitants. Modal split data is uploaded and updated by the municipalities on an ongoing basis.

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