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Transport and communications statistics - 2009
Issue year: 2010
Summary

In this publication Statistics Portugal disseminates the main statistical findings on the activity of the Transport Sector in 2009:

Railway transport - data presented are the result of surveys conducted by Statistics Portugal, namely in the areas of railway infrastructure, railway traffic and underground statistics; Road transport - statistics resulted from administrative data produced by “EP - Estradas de Portugal, S. A.”, regarding road networks; “Autoridade Nacional de Segurança Rodoviária - ANSR”, for road accidents; “Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes Terrestres - IMTT”, for figures on the registration of vehicles and “Direcção-Geral de Energia e Geologia - DGEG”, for fuel consumption on road transport; also, from the “Survey on the Carriage of Goods by Road”, carried out by Statistics Portugal, as well as data on sales of vehicles, produced by “ACAP - Associação Automóvel de Portugal”; Sea and water inland transport - statistical findings are obtained from surveys to entities responsible for passenger river transport, as well as administrations of commercial ports; Air transport - data now being presented are the result of statistics for air traffic control, airport and air transport operators activities provided by “Instituto Nacional de Aviação Civil –INAC” and “ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal”; Transport by pipeline – these statistics are collected from “REN Gasodutos S.A.”, and “CLC - Companhia Logística de Combustíveis, S.A.”.

This publication also disseminates statistical data regarding international trade by modes of transport, produced by Statistics Portugal.


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How to cite the document:

Instituto Nacional de Estatística - Estatísticas dos Transportes : 2009. Lisboa : INE, 2010. Available at www: <url:https://www.ine.pt/xurl/pub/100951133>. ISSN 1645-5401. ISBN 978-989-225-0069-0