Viernes, 20 Noviembre 2009 16:18

Transporte mercancias por carretera 2008

Global economic crisis hits European road freight transport in the fourth quarter of 2008.
Statistics in focus. Transport 86/2009.
European road freight transport has fallen sharply after the third quarter of 2008. Of the large EU countries, France, Spain and the United Kingdom have suffered more than the new Member State Poland. Germany, France and Spain all experienced a decrease in road transport in the fourth quarter of 2008 and the first quarter of 2009 and the provisional data for the United Kingdom confirm this trend for 2008. No information is available for Italy. Both national and international transport declined further in the first quarter of 2009. Road transport in Portugal shrank by more than 15% between 2007 and 2008. In contrast, Slovenian road transport increased by 18% between the same years and Estonian road transport rose by nearly 15%. Belgium experienced the highest cabotage penetration at nearly 5%, followed by Denmark, France, Austria and Sweden. Food, beverages and tobacco emerged as the largest commodity group transported by road (measured in tonne-kilometres). The products of mining and quarrying, mainly building materials, was by far the largest in terms of the tonnage lifted. Specialist haulage companies dominated the supply of transport in all countries, accounting for more than 80% of transport performance (tonne-kilometres).

Trends in road freight transport 1999-2006.
Statistics in focus. Transport 14/2008.
This Statistics in Focus describes the main trends in road freight transport up to 2006. The analysis focuses on the developments since 1999. The analysis is carried out for national, international, cross- trade and cabotage transport. [+]
Viernes, 06 Junio 2008 08:10

Pasajeros tráfico aéreo 2006

Extra-EU air passenger transport.
Statistics in focus. Transport 52.2008.
This publication includes aggregated data on air passenger between the EU and other worlds regions and partner countries. The data refer to passengers carried, number of flights, occupancy rates and seasonal trends. The main period covered is the year 2006 but some time series are shown as well as the first half of 2007. [+]
Lunes, 25 Mayo 2009 11:01

Panorama del transporte 2009

Panorama of transport . 2009 edition. The “Panorama of Transport” presents a statistical analysis of transport in the European Union, which was recently enlarged to include Bulgaria and Romania, as well as in the EFTA and candidate countries. Some comparisons with the US and Japan have been made when possible. Alongside traffic details (vehicle movements) and transport as such (movements of people and goods), the analysis also considers infrastructure, resources, transport as a separate sector of the economy, safety, and the impact on energy consumption and the environment.  [+]
Rail transport accidents decreasing in 2007. Statistics in focus . Transport 52/2009. In 2007, there were 2 566 persons killed or seriously injured in railway accidents in the EU-27, which is comparable to the 2006 value and represents an estimated 19.7% decrease compared to 2005. Less than 18% of the victims (fatalities and seriously injured) were either train passengers or railway enterprise employees. In 2007, a total of 3 855 significant train accidents were reported at EU-27 level. The category “Accidents caused by rolling stock in motion” accounted for 37.5% of all significant accidents, followed by “Accidents involving level crossing”, with a share of 33.2%. Compared to 2006, the total number of reported accidents in 2007 decreased by 20.7% in the EU-27.  [+]
Maritime transport of goods – 4th quarter 2008. Data in focus. Transport 41/2009. The main results from quarterly statistics available on maritime transport of goods are presented: gross weight of goods handled in the main European ports, by type of cargo, direction, reporting country and various partner maritime geographical areas. Results are also presented for individual "top" European ports. Data cover the EU-27, Croatia, Iceland and Norway.  [+]
In 2007, EU-27 Short Sea Shipping continued growing but at a slower rate. Statistics in focus. Transport 58/2009. Short Sea Shipping, as covered by this publication, deals with the transport of goods between ports in the EU-27, Croatia and Norway, on the one hand, and ports situated in geographical Europe, on the Mediterranean and Black Seas on the other hand. Results are broken down by sea regions (Atlantic Ocean, Baltic Sea, etc.) and by type of cargo. Results are also presented for the main ports.  [+]
Germany: largest absolute growth in international road freight transport demand, 2007. Statistics in focus. Transport 69/2009. Flows in international road freight transport. Germany, Spain, France, UK, Italy and Poland dominated the demand for road freight transport (tonnes loaded and unloaded) in 2007, accounting for 70% of the European total. Germany was the main partner in all types of transport. International transport flows accounted for 5% of the total and Germany showed the biggest absolute growth in international road freight transport. The fast relative growth in Poland (17%) was outstripped by even stronger rises in some of the other new Member States, notably Slovakia, Latvia and Hungary. Germany and France appeared in 14 of the top 18 intra EU-27 country to country flows. The Netherlands and Belgium with their major ports were also big players. Polish hauliers emerged as strong competitors, appearing as the main third country hauliers in 8 of the top 18 country to country flows. Outside the EU-27, Switzerland, Norway and Russia were the main markets. Sweden and Finland were important actors in this arena. A complete overview of statistics on road freight transport is available in Eurostat’s free dissemination database. [+]
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