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  • 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.


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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...
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  • The Eurostat online section for transport contains general data on passenger and freight transport for air, rail, road and water transport. Most of the data are also available in the EU Transport in...

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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...

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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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  • 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...

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  • This publication, produced by the New Zealand Transport Authority, records physical statistics, works completed, expenditure details and roughness data on local roads and state highways. 

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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,...

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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...

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