The statistics on transport available from Eurostat can broadly be divided into seven sub-domains. In order to obtain more information on these, please click on the respective title.
This domain gives information on the number of passengers and tonnage of freight and mail transported (in tons) at the levels of airport pairs, airports and countries. In addition, data on air traffic and available airplane seats are collected. This is based on the data collected under European Parliament and Council Regulation 437/2003 of 27 February 2003. Some additional information on air transport infrastructure and fleet are collected on voluntary basis using the annual questionnaire.
This domain provides aggregated data from the Common Questionnaire (Eurostat/UNECE/ITF) as well as detailed annual and quarterly freight transport data; under the former Council Directive 80/1119/EEC of 17 November 1980 and the European Parliament and Council Regulation 1365/2006 of 6 September 2006 implemented by Regulation 425/2007 and 1304/2007 and amended by Regulation 2016/1954 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
This domain gives aggregated data from the common (Eurostat/UNECE/ITF) questionnaire on oil pipelines following the definition set out in the Eurostat/UNECE/ITF glossary for transport statistics.
Data on transport infrastructure (length of motorways, other roads, inland waterways and railway lines) and vehicle stock (by type of vehicle) are collected on a voluntary basis. Information on road accidents (persons injured or killed) is derived from the EU central database (CADaS - Common Accident Data Set). Figures on air and maritime transport at regional level come directly from the respective transport data collection. Regional statistics are disseminated at NUTS 0 (country), NUTS 1 and NUTS 2 level.
This domain contains aggregated data from the Common Questionnaire (Eurostat/UNECE/ITF) and detailed annual and quarterly freight transport data from aggregated microdata provided in the frame of Regulation (EU) 70/2012.
This domain presents quarterly and annual data based on Directive 2009/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 May 2009 on statistical returns in respect of carriage of goods and passengers by sea. It contains information on seaborne transport of goods, passenger movements and vessels calling at ports.