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Transported passengers in public transport in Germany 2017

Number of passengers transported in public transport in Germany in 2017, by mode of transport (in millions)

by Evgeniya Koptyug, last edited Jun 24, 2019
Transported passengers in public transport in Germany 2017 In Germany, the most passengers used buses and trains to get to their destinations, as well as getting on local public transport.
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Public transportation choices among commuters depend on many factors. These range from availability (some German cities do not have trams, for example), ticket prices, safety while commuting, logistics and time concerns. In terms of regular long-distance transport with trains and buses in particular, significantly more travelers used the train. This is, after all, the home of Deutsche Bahn. The only German entry that made it in the worldwide ranking of top cities for sustainable public transport is Frankfurt.

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Based on recent surveys, commuters use a variety of transportation modes to get to work, school and university. The most used of these is their own or a household car, followed by public transportation – an understandable choice for those living in cities. Many also hop on a bike.
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by Evgeniya Koptyug, last edited Jun 24, 2019
In Germany, the most passengers used buses and trains to get to their destinations, as well as getting on local public transport.
All aboard

Public transportation choices among commuters depend on many factors. These range from availability (some German cities do not have trams, for example), ticket prices, safety while commuting, logistics and time concerns. In terms of regular long-distance transport with trains and buses in particular, significantly more travelers used the train. This is, after all, the home of Deutsche Bahn. The only German entry that made it in the worldwide ranking of top cities for sustainable public transport is Frankfurt.

Daily commute

Based on recent surveys, commuters use a variety of transportation modes to get to work, school and university. The most used of these is their own or a household car, followed by public transportation – an understandable choice for those living in cities. Many also hop on a bike.
Show more
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