CoverEnergy, transport and environment indicators - 2013 edition
The multi-thematic pocketbook Energy, transport and environment indicators comprises a broad set of data collected by Eurostat and the European Environment Agency. The objective of this publication is to provide an overview of the most relevant indicators on energy, transport and environment, with particular focus on sustainable development. It presents data for the European Union aggregate (EU-28), for the EU Member States as well as for the candidate countries and EFTA countries. [+]

CoverContinued recovery in volume of goods handled in EU ports
Statistics in Focus. Transport 7/2013.
Maritime ports freight and passenger statistics 2011.
The total weight of goods handled in EU ports is estimated at 3.7 billion tonnes in 2011, a rise of 1.7% compared with 2010. The United Kingdom reclaimed its position as the largest maritime freight transport country in Europe, after falling behind the Netherlands in 2010. [+]

CoverEnergy, transport and environment indicators — 2012 edition
The multi-thematic pocketbook Energy, transport and environment indicators comprises a broad set of data collected by Eurostat and the European Environment Agency. The objective of this publication is to provide an overview of the most relevant indicators on energy, transport and environment, with particular focus on sustainable development. It presents data for the European Union aggregate (EU-27), for the EU Member States as well as for the candidate countries and EFTA countries. [+]

CoverInland waterways freight transport - quarterly and annual data
Statistics in focus. Transport 42/2012.
After recovery in 2010 another renewed decline for inland waterways transport in 2011.
The publication will present an analysis of the data collected under Regulation 1365/2006 for inland waterways freight transport. The Statistics in focus will cover all available quarterly (up to 2011) and annual (up to 2011) data. [+]

CoverDecline in European road freight transport in 2011 reflecting the economic climate
Statistics in Focus. Transport 38/2012.
Analysis of trends in EU road freight transport in 2011.
European road freight transport declined in 2011 in terms of tonne-kilometres (tkm) after a slight recovery in 2010, reflecting the economic climate. However, there was a small rise in tonnage terms. Cabotage bucked the trend by growing strongly in 2011. National, international and cross trade transport declined. Latvia, Lithuania and Bulgaria recorded a strong rise in tkm performed, while Italy registered a significant decline. Household and office removals transport rose sharply in 2011. Construction industry related products are the major group in tonnage terms; food dominates transport in tkm. Transport for all distance classes is below the 2007 level. European road freight transport under 300 km decreased by 9% between 2007 and 2011. Poland achieved growth in all distance classes in 2011, while Bulgaria saw growth in all but the very shortest distances, less than 50 km. A strong rise is observed in shorter distance movements of transport equipment. [+]

CoverInland waterways freight transport - quarterly and annual data
Statistics in focus. Transport 20/2012
Strong recovery in Early 2010 of inland waterways transport but not confirmed later in the year.
The publication will present an analysis of the data collected under Regulation 1365/2006 for inland waterways freight transport. The Statistics in focus will cover all available quarterly (up to 2011) and annual (up to 2010) data. [+]

CoverSlow recovery in road freight transport in 2010
Statistics in focus Transport 15/2012
Analysis of trends in EU road freight transport over recent years.
A slow recovery in road freight transport continued in 2010 but activity remained below the peak level recorded in 2007. Cross trade and cabotage transport continued to grow more rapidly than international transport. Poland confirmed its emergence as a key-player in road freight, particularly for all forms of international transport. Belgium, France and Denmark have the highest cabotage penetration rates. The top 4 countries, Germany, Spain, Italy and the UK, accounted for more than half of dangerous goods transport. The combined pressures of the recession and no tightening of vehicle regulations led to an ageing of the vehicle fleet. [+]

CoverModal Split of freight transport according to the territoriality principle (2008-2009)
Statistics in Focus Transport 13/2012
Polish, German, Spanish and Dutch hauliers together were responsible for 50% of total international road transport performance on EU territory in 2009.
The modal split of freight transport expresses the share taken by each transport mode in total inland transport. Data reported by EU Member States in the framework of statistical legal acts respect the territoriality principle for rail and inland waterway transport. Territorialising the international road freight performance data of 2009 has revealed that Polish hauliers are the most active in international road freight transport (19% of the EU total), ahead of German, Spanish and Dutch hauliers. Due to its central position in Europe, 25% of total international road transport in the EU was performed on German roads. By adjusting road for territoriality, it appears that compared to the non-adjusted data, the road share is reduced in a number of smaller and peripheral EU Member States, above all the Baltic countries. [+]

CoverThe Netherlands emerged as the largest maritime freight country in the EU
Statistics in Focus Transport 12/2012
Maritime ports freight and passenger statistics 2010.
The total weight of goods handled in EU ports is estimated at 3.6 billion tonnes in 2010, a rise of 5.7% compared with 2009. At 539 million tonnes, the Netherlands handled the largest volumes of seaborne goods in 2010, overtaking the United Kingdom as the largest maritime freight transport country in the EU. [+]

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