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Annual trips made by public transport in Île-de-France 2007-2019

Between 2007 and 2018, the number of annual trips made by public transport in Paris and Île-de-France progressively increased. During 2018, more than 4.7 billion trips were made by public transport in this region, compared with approximatively 3.9 billions in 2007. However, there was a slight decreased in 2019.

Number of annual trips made by public transport in Paris and Île-de-France from 2007 to 2019

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Sources

Release date

July 2019

Region

France

Survey time period

2007 to 2019

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information:
“- SNCF traffic excluding additional routes (beyond the limits of Ile-de-France); traffic 393 + TVM included in Bus in the inner suburbs;
- From 2010, change of method of counting the number of Optile trips;
- From 2015, change in calculation method for calculating SNCF Train Traffic: Results from the CAB Trend method (source: SNCF);
- A journey by SNCF train corresponds to a journey made by a passenger in a single vehicle. If, for his trip, the traveler makes a connection, there are two trips. "

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