Rail usage statistics by country


Rail usage statistics by country

This article gives rail usage statistics by country according to the International Union of Railways and other sources.

Passenger rail

Passenger-km of rail transport per year

"Countries with more than 5 billion passenger-km"

Passenger km per head of population

Only countries with five billion or more passenger km are included.

Source: [http://www.uic.asso.fr/railisa UIC database]

Freight rail by tonne-kilometer per capita

ee also

*List of countries by rail transport network size
*Rail transport
*Transportation by country

ource

* [http://www.uic.asso.fr/stats/Synopsis.html Statistical synopsis] at the International Union of Railways

References

cite web
url = http://www.uni-mannheim.de/edz/pdf/2000/transstat.pdf
title = EU Transport in Figures; Statistical Pocketbook
year = 2000
publisher = European Commission Directorate-General for Energy and Transport; Eurostat
] cite web
url = http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/energy_transport/figures/pocketbook/
title = EU Transport in Figures; Statistical Pocketbook
year = 2007
publisher = European Commission Directorate-General for Energy and Transport; Eurostat
] cite web
title = Transportation by Railway
url = http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/environment/pdf_2002/49.pdf
publisher = JR East
]


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