Traffic and infrastructure
Traffic statistics show kilometres covered (also referred to as kilometric performance) and include the following modes of transport: cars and other vehicles, trains, ships and aircraft. The statistics on infrastructure cover the capacity of roads, ports, railway network and pipelines as well as the investments in infrastructure.
The traffic statistics show the kilometres covered for both goods and passengers and are compiled on the basis of mode of transport. The source of traffic statistics in relation to cars is the Danish Road Directorate, while the other sets of traffic statistics are based on reporting from the railway companies, the ports and the Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authority.
Statistics are also available on traffic accidents.
The statistics on infrastructure cover the size and distribution of infrastructure as well as investments and maintenance costs of infrastructure for both passenger and goods transport.
The statistics are based on information either directly from the individual owner of infrastructure (private as well as public) or, for some of the investment information, from the National accounts.
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