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By News Editor / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

ITF Transport Outlook Series

The ITF Transport Outlook provides an overview of recent trends and near-term prospects for the transport sector at a global level. It also presents long-term projections for transport demand to 2050 for freight (maritime, air and surface) and passenger transport (car, rail and air) as well as related CO2 emissions, under different policy scenarios.

The full version is available after registering at the OECD iLibrary.

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By News Editor / Updated: 30 Jul 2015

European Low Emission Zones and access regulations

The CLARS Platform, an EU-funded scheme supporting public authorities to develop urban access regulation schemes, has a public website that provides information for vehicle operators on existing and confirmed Low Emission Zones (LEZs) and urban road-charging schemes in Europe, as well as most other access regulations. 

A map helps users search for individual European cities and see which LEZs, Urban Charging Schemes and Major Access Regulations are active in those cities. The website also includes explanations of different regulations and a guide to relevant EU policy.

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By Lewis Macdonald / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

Eurostat Regional Yearbooks: Transport

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 lengths/densities of networks.

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By News Editor / Updated: 28 May 2019

Eurostat online transport databank

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 Figures: Statistical Pocketbook of the European Commission.

A big advantage of the Eurostat databank is the possibility to get regional statistical data for federal states and metropolitan areas of the EU member states.

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By News Editor / Updated: 07 Jun 2018

ITF short-term trends

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

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
By News Editor / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

UK Department of Transport statistics

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: 12 Apr 2018

Transport Statistics Great Britain

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.

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By News Editor / Updated: 30 Jul 2015

Global Bus Rapid Transit data

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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