Last update February 2020
- The share of public transport in passenger traffic has been decreasing in 60% of countries, but remained stable at EU level (around 18%).
- The highest progression is observed in Luxembourg (+ 5 points since 2000), Sweden, France and UK (+2 points).
- 7 countries have a share of public transport over 20% in 2017, of which 2 above 30% (Czech Republic and Hungary).
- The share of public transport has been decreasing rapidly in Central and Eastern European countries, where public transport used to be dominant (especially in Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Slovakia and Bulgaria).