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Transportation revenue and expenditure in Spain is forecast to reach €53.95 billion and €76.86 billion, respectively, by 2026. This is an increase of 1.1% each year from 2021. Since 1985, the Spanish market has experienced a 1.3% year-on-year growth. In 2021, Spain was in fourth place, behind Italy, which had €49.85 billion in revenue. France, Italy and Spain ranked second, third and fourth, respectively, in the same order. Meanwhile, Spanish transportation expenditure is projected to reach €76.86 billion by 2026, up 0.1% year on year since 2000. Last year, Italy overtook Spain with €69.28 billion. The UK, France and Italy were the top three countries in this ranking, in that order.
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