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These indicators cover freight, container and passenger transport, car registrations, road deaths and spending on infrastructure. Freight and container transport are broken down by rail and sea while passenger transport is broken down by road and rail. Infrastructure spending covers maintenance and investment in inland transport and the road and rail components. Passenger car registrations show the growth in registrations over the previous period. Road accidents show the number of casualties and the number of accidents involving casualties.

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Keywords:  goods, air, road, investment, maintenance, passenger, death, spending, container, accident, sea, expenditure, freight, transport, fatality, rail, car

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  • Road accidents

    Road accidents are measured in terms of the number of road accidents involving casualties, the number of persons injured and deaths due to road accidents.
  • Freight transport

    Freight transport refers to the total movement of goods using inland transport on a given network.
  • Container transport

    Container transport refers to the transportation of goods in standardized re-sealable transportation boxes by rail and sea.
  • Passenger transport

    Passenger transport refers to the total movement of passengers using inland transport on a given network.
  • Passenger car registrations

    Passenger car registrations refer to the number of new passenger cars or vehicles registered to the authorities.
  • Infrastructure investment

    Infrastructure investment covers spending on new transport construction and the improvement of the existing network.
  • Infrastructure maintenance

    Infrastructure maintenance covers spending on preservation of the existing transport network.
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