Mobility and Transport

Luxembourg - People

Luxembourg - People

Luxembourg
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Country information

  • Overall country rank: 7
  • Area (1000 km2): 3
  • Nominal GDP 2017 (million €): 55 378
  • Population 2017 (million): 0.59
  • Expenditure per head on transport-related items 2016 (€): 4 800

Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) CEF funding

  1. New technologies and innovation: 2 projects totalling €1,127,369
  2. European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS): 1 project totalling €1,776,434
  3. Single European Sky – SESAR: not applicable
  4. Intelligent Transport Services for road (ITS): not applicable
  5. Pre-identified projects on the Core Network corridors and other sections of the Core Network: 1 project totalling €63,742,200

Modal split of passenger transport

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Modal shares in % of passenger-km of passenger transport on land.
Source: DG MOVE estimates based on Eurostat, ITF, UNECE and national data, 2015.

Modal split of freight transport

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Modal shares in % of tonne-km of freight transport on land.
Source: Eurostat, DG MOVE estimates, 2015.

People

The Commission works towards safe, available and affordable transport for everyone. This category includes indicators on road and rail safety, as well as customer satisfaction with urban, rail and air transport. It also highlights the percentage of women employed in the transport sector.

People

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    Persons deceased within 30 days of a road accident per million inhabitants.

    Source: CARE (EU road accidents database) or national publications

  • Rail

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    This indicator is calculated with 5-year moving averages of railway fatalities divided by the average rail transport activity over the same period, measured in million train-km. It includes workers, passengers, crossing users and unauthorised persons. The 5-year moving average has been introduced to observe systemic rail safety performance.

    Source: DG MOVE calculation - data from European Railway Agency and Eurostat.

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    Percentage of women employed in the transportation and storage sector (NACE H) compared to the total employment in transport. The indicator considers people employed between the age of 15 and 64.

    Source: Eurostat Labour Force Survey

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    The ranking is based on the ‘Market Performance Indicator’ (MPI) — a composite index which indicates how well a given market performs, according to consumers. The MPI is calculated based on the components: comparability, trust, problems & detriment, expectations and choice (as a weighted average of the components with the weights being equal to the relative importance of each component). This calculation is computed for each market-respondent combination before being aggregated for reporting purposes. Due to a change in methodology in the 2015 report, the MPIs are not comparable with the MPIs the previous report, therefore the 2013 values published in the Transport Scoreboard are estimated values which can be considered comparable to the 2015 values.

    Source: 2018 DG JUST Consumer Market Scoreboard (based on the 2017 Market Monitoring Survey).

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    The ranking is based on the ‘Market Performance Indicator’ (MPI) — a composite index which indicates how well a given market performs, according to consumers. The MPI is calculated based on the components: comparability, trust, problems & detriment, expectations and choice (as a weighted average of the components with the weights being equal to the relative importance of each component). This calculation is computed for each market-respondent combination before being aggregated for reporting purposes. Due to a change in methodology in the 2015 report, the MPIs are not comparable with the MPIs the previous report, therefore the 2013 values published in the Transport Scoreboard are estimated values which can be considered comparable to the 2015 values.

    Source: 2018 DG JUST Consumer Market Scoreboard (based on the 2017 Market Monitoring Survey).

  • X

    The ranking is based on the ‘Market Performance Indicator’ (MPI) — a composite index which indicates how well a given market performs, according to consumers. The MPI is calculated based on the components: comparability, trust, problems & detriment, expectations and choice (as a weighted average of the components with the weights being equal to the relative importance of each component). This calculation is computed for each market-respondent combination before being aggregated for reporting purposes. Due to a change in methodology in the 2015 report, the MPIs are not comparable with the MPIs the previous report, therefore the 2013 values published in the Transport Scoreboard are estimated values which can be considered comparable to the 2015 values.

    Source: 2018 DG JUST Consumer Market Scoreboard (based on the 2017 Market Monitoring Survey).