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Passenger-kilometres in Australia: Increase in 2016

Passenger-kilometres rose slightly by 1.71% compared with the year before, new data from Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development show. It shows the all-time peak since 1971 as passenger-kilometres negligibly grew by 7.29 billion passenger kilometers, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it increased by 1.03 percent. Australia saw a growth of 210.88% in passenger-kilometres over the past 46 years. Likewise, it has shown a 0.01 percent CAGR over the five years with a slight overall increase since the 1971. It averaged 285.32 billion passenger kilometers from 1971 to 2016 and it hit its minimum of 139.31 billion passenger kilometers in 1971.

Passenger-kilometres in Australia: Increase in 2016
Date Billion Passenger Kilometers Variation
2016 433.09 1.71
2015 425.80 1.03
2014 421.45 1.1
2013 416.85 1.74
2012 409.73 1.5
2011 403.67 2.19
2010 395.01 1.45
2009 389.36 0.68
2008 386.74 2.37
2007 377.77 2.61

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Main Passenger Transportation Indicators

  • Transportation Fatalities

  • Passenger Kilometer

    Unit of measurement representing the transport of one passenger by a defined mode of transport over one kilometre. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Passenger Transport Revenue

  • Transit Ridership

    Number of unlinked passenger trips taken on public transportation. Unlinked passenger trips is the number of times passengers board public transportation vehicles. Passengers are counted each time they board vehicles no matter how many vehicles they use to travel from their origin to their destination and regardless of wether they pay a fare, use a pass or transfer, ride for free, or pay in some other way. Public transit systems include buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. Based on: U.S. Department of Transportation.

  • Passenger Transportation Expenditure

    Value of household expenditure on transportation services, usually expressed in millions or billions of national currency. Generally, transportation household expenditure include vehicle purchases, vehicle finance charges, gasoline and motor oil, vehicle maintenance and repairs, vehicle insurance, public transportation and vehicle rentals. Based on: US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Urban Transport Services Expenditure

    Total direct expenditure on urban transport services.

  • Road Casualties

  • Air Passenger Traffic

  • Railway Passenger Traffic

    Number of passengers carried by railway, usually measured in number of persons or in passenger-kilometres. Based on: World Bank.