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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...

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  • The Transport section of the Eurostat Regional Yearbook gives information on road, rail, air and maritime transport within EU countries and others such as Norway, Iceland and Turkey. Particular data is given with respect to passenger numbers, injuries in road accidents, rates of motorisation and...

    European Sources
  • In addition to their annual Transport and Environment Reporting Mechanism (TERM) report, the EEA also regularly publish reports on topics of interest. Recent publications have focussed on the following topics:

    • Appropriate taxes and incentives do affect purchases of new cars
    • ...
    European Sources
  • Radverkehr in Zahlen (Bicycle traffic in figures) is an Austrian report about cycling. It gives a statistical overview about cycling traffic from a number of different perspectives including  bicycle ownership, cyclist behaviour, cycling infrastructure and safety and security.

    National...

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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...

    Global Sources
  • These statistics give an overview of the development of mobility behaviour in urban areas in Germany. They cover the years from 1972 until 2012.

    As it compares East and West Germany it shows, in a unique way, the different mobility behaviours of a socialist country before 1989 and the...

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  • This annual publication provides an overview of the most recent and most pertinent annual transport-related statistics in Europe. It covers the European Union and its 28 Member States and, as far as possible, the current EU candidate countries and the EFTA countries. 

  • The European Environment Agency's TERM 4 is a comparison of mean and maximum urban traffic and background emissions of NO2 and PM10. Its intention is to show the influence of traffic on air quality. The data is collected from...

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  • The International Transport Forum homepage provides a good selection of different transport statistics.

    It collects data relevant to a range of transport policy issues, as well as maintaining historical databases and publishing analyses and indicators regarding the transport sector....

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  • The Swiss Federal Statistics Offices regularly publishes mobility and transport related statistics for Switzerland.

    In addition, there is an annual publication: The Mobility and Transport Pocket Statistics, which provides a short and clearly represented overview of transport and traffic...

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