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The statistic is published annually in a Danish press release, at the same time as the tables are updated in the StatBank. In the StatBank, these statistics can be found under Commuting from home and Commuting to workplace. For further information, go to the subject page for Commuting.
The publication date appears in the release calendar. The date is confirmed in the weeks before.
Release calendar access
The Release Calender can be accessed on our English website: Release Calender.
Statistics are always published at 8:00 a.m. at the day announced in the release calendar. No one outside of Statistics Denmark can access the statistics before they are published.
These statistics are published annually in a Danish press release.
The data are published in Statistical Yearbook.
The statistics are published in the StatBank under the subjects in the following tables:
- AFSTA3: Employed persons (end November) by area of workplace, socioeconomic status, sex, commuting distance and time
- AFSTB3: Employed persons (end November) by region, socioeconomic status, sex, commuting distance and time
- LIGEFB6: Employed persons by family type, commuting distance, sex, age and time
- AFSTB4: Average commuting distance (end November) by region, socioeconomic status, sex and time
- AFSTA4: Average commuting distance (end November) by area of workplace, socioeconomic status, sex and time
- PEND100: Employed (end November) by municipality of residence, area of workplace, sex and time
- PEND101: Employed (end November) by region, industry (DB07), commuting, sex and time
- LIGEFI6: Gender equality indicator of commuting distance (average) by indicator, family type, age and time
Researchers and other analysts from authorized research institutions, can be granted access to the underlying microdata by contacting Research Services.
Data is available for DST Consulting and Statistics Denmark's Division of Research Services. More detailed information can be delivered by contacting DST Consulting.
Confidentiality - policy
Data Confidentiality Policy at Statistics Denmark.
Confidentiality - data treatment
Discretion is made according to Statistics Denmark's confidentiality policy. This means among other things that data cells with less than three observations are not published.
Documentation on methodology
There are no separate documentation on methodology for these statistics.
Results from the quality evaluation of products and selected processes are available in detail for each statistics and in summary reports for the Working Group on Quality.