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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
    • ...
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  • Transport Statistics Great Britain (TSGB) is the UK Department for Transport's main statistical compendium publication. It describes the major statistical trends in the British transport sector, and is normally published in the final months of each calendar year.

    The compendium contains...

    National Sources
  • The International Transport Forum (ITF) has collected and published data on investment and maintenance expenditure in transport infrastructure since the late 1970s. The latest survey covers 1995-2011.

    In order to draw-up a summary of aggregate trends for selected countries, data has...

  • Eurostat's urban audit records data on a number of different themes. For transport, percentages of journeys undertaken by different modes are shown for major cities in EU countries. Data collection in the urban audit currently takes place every three years, but an annual data collection is being...

    European Sources
  • This site contains a compilation of panel survey results about mode choice for German and international cities, administrative districts and rural areas. Data is often available for several years.

    The EPOMM project's TEMS tool also shows...

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  • The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has carried out a global comparison of light-duty vehicle fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards.

    The ICCT developed a methodology to normalise the different driving test cycles adopted worldwide to allow a consistent ...

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  • AirBase is the European air quality database maintained by the EEA through its European topic centre on air pollution and climate change mitigation. It contains air quality monitoring data and information submitted by participating countries throughout Europe. 

    The air quality database...

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  • 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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