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Data Visualisation Troff document Passenger transport modal split
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Data Visualisation D source code Trends in passenger transport demand and GDP
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Indicator Assessment Passenger transport demand (CSI 035/TERM 012) - Assessment published Dec 2013
Between 2010 and 2011, passenger transport demand in the EU-28 (without Croatia) increased by nearly 1 %, reaching a new all-time high, mainly attributed to a 10 % increase in aviation. Demand steadily increased between 1995 and 2009, but at a slower rate than GDP. The largest increases have been in air (66 %) and car (23 %) demand between 1995 and 2011. However, the economic recession led to a decline in 2009 and 2010 (0.1 %). The car dominates the land passenger transport share at 76 %, followed by air (9 %) bus and coach (8 %) and rail (6 %).  Croatia experienced a 16 % increase in land passenger transport over the period 2001 to 2011. Land passenger demand, for the non-EU EEA Member States, also showed high growth. In particular, Turkey and Iceland at 53 % and 21 % respectively, compared to 7 % for the EU-28. Regarding the modal split, Switzerland’s rail share has increased over the past decade, being around 18 % in 2011, by far the highest value within the EEA-33. Correspondingly, the share for car in Switzerland is below the EEA-33 average. Turkey has the highest modal share of bus and coach use within the EEA-33 although it declined from 60 % in 1995 to 44 % in 2011. Iceland and Norway have car shares well above the EEA-33 average at 89 % and 88 % respectively.
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Data Visualisation Passenger car ownership (passenger cars per 1 000 inhabitants)
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Data Visualisation Vehicle ownership and truck intensity (vehicles per 1 000 inhabitants and trucks per million euro GDP)
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Data Visualisation Specific emissions of CO per passenger-km or tonne-km and per mode of transport
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Data Visualisation Specific emissions of PM per passenger-km or tonne-km and per mode of transport
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Data Visualisation Specific emissions of NOx per passenger-km or tonne-km and per mode of transport
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Data Visualisation Specific emissions of VOC per passenger-km or tonne-km and per mode of transport
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Data Visualisation Specific CO2 emissions per passenger-km and per mode of transport in Europe
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