Germany's urban mass transit - investments 2009

The statistic shows Germany's investments in urban mass transit in 2009, by category. Germany's total investments in urban mass transit added up to 7.32 billion U.S. dollars in 2009. Most of that money was spent on rail infrastructure, 3.65 billion U.S. dollars, whereas only 278 million U.S. dollars were spent on buildings and assets.

Germany's investments in urban mass transit in 2009, by category

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Release date

September 2010

Region

Germany

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

* Tracks, guideways.
** Light rail, trams, subways.

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