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  • ITF Transport Trends
    A A A Trends in the Transport Sector The International Transport Forum publication Trends in the Transport Sector analyses global statistical data on passenger and freight movements for all modes The statistics in the detailed tables refer to the last year for which comprehensive data is available Data is mainly collected through a targeted survey Data is available week 48 each year From 2013 this publication is integrated with the

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  • ITF Quarterly Transport Statistics
    are published with a three month lag The ITF has begun compiling monthly data on international air and sea cargo volumes to complement its existing database on road and rail freight volumes The Quarterly Briefing draws from these data to see how global freight flows have fared since the economic crisis of 2008 National data are seasonally adjusted by the Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International

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  • ITF - Transport CO2 Emissions
    and Greenhouse Gas Tables These tables contain detailed data on Greenhouse Gas GHG emissions and carbon dioxide CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion in member countries of the International Transport Forum CO2 emissions from international aviation and international maritime transport are included in national totals allocated on the basis of fuel sales There is however no internationally agreed allocation methodology for these sectors as of yet A number of data sources are used in these tables Population and GDP data are from the International Energy Agency GDP data is expressed in purchasing power parity 2000 Data on transport volumes passenger kilometres and tonne kilometres are collected from national administrations by the Statistics division of the International Transport Forum Data on motorisation rates comes from the World Bank Data on greenhouse gas emissions and CO2 emissions in particular come from national reports to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC and from the International Energy Agency IEA UNFCCC and IEA emissions data are based on the default methods and emissions factors from the Revised 1996 IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories Important Cautionary Note There are many reasons why the IEA estimates may

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  • ITF Road Taxation Database
    they are to provide satisfactory answers to the following types of question Do hauliers in one country pay more than in the other and what impact does this have on the profitability of haulage in each country Is the impact of an increase in tax on diesel the same in each country or are differences in the taxation of labour more significant Do these differences distort the international haulage market The 2003 ECMT Report Reforming Transport Taxes developed a methodology for making such comparisons ITF database on Heavy Goods Vehicles updated to 2012 The database presents information on vehicle taxes fuel excise duties and user charges and takes also into account any possible refunds rebates and exemptions These data allow for comparison of road freight transport fiscal regimes in different countries in quantitative terms They have also been used as core information in various international studies In order to allow for comparisons of road freight taxation regimes in different countries net taxation levels are calculated for a standard domestic haul These results are then assessed per vehicle km and per tonne kilometre Access the data excel Discussion Paper Road Haulage Charges and Taxes Summary analysis and data tables 1998 2012

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  • Statistical Papers
    published through the Statistical Papers series Travel Mobility Surveys Some Key Findings Michel VIOLLAND Administrator Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International Transport Forum Statistical Paper 2011 2 Mars 2011 Ten Stylised Facts about Household Spending on Transport Jari KAUPPILA Administrator Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International Transport Forum Statistical Paper 2011 1 March 2011 Transport Satellite Accounts Recent Developments Jari KAUPPILA Administrator

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  • IRTAD
    Report 2011 The IRTAD Annual report 2011 provides an overview of road safety indicators for 2010 in 32 countries with preliminary data for 2011 The report outlines recent safety measures adopted nationally with detailed safety data by road user location and age This edition highlights contributions to the development of road safety policies by the IRTAD Group in 2011 with detailed reports for all member countries on targets and national strategies including new strategies being developed for the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety Reporting on Serious Road Traffic Casualties Combining and using different data sources to improve understanding of non fatal road traffic crashes This special IRTAD report was prepared by a Working Group on Linking Police and Hospital Data with a view to identify and assess methodologies for linking different sources of accident data in order to develop better estimates of the real number of road traffic casualties Free download pdf Latest Information Buenos Aires Declaration on Better Safety Data for Better Road Safety Outcomes Declaration November 2013 IRTAD OISEVI PIARC Road Safety Week Buenos Aires Argentina 11 14 November 2013 IRTAD OISEVI Conference Better Safety Data for Better Road Safety Outcomes 13 14 November 2013 Information and Registration New Road Safety Database for Latin America and the Caribbean The development of effective evidence based road safety policies is at the heart of an initiative unveiled by the International Transport Forum at the OECD the World Bank the Ministries of Interior of Spain and Argentina and the Ministry of Health of Mexico in Bogotá Colombia on 13 June A Memorandum of Understanding to establish a new database covering road safety data for the 20 countries participating in the Ibero American Road Safety Observatory OISEVI was signed on 13 June during the 3rd Ibero American Road Safety Congress

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  • International Transport Forum Statistical Meeting 1-2  April 2015
    Van DE VEN OECD 3 3 Status of the ITF 2013 Data Collection Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum Agenda Item 4 Innovation in Transport Measurement 4 1 Direct Monitoring and Measuring of Vehicle Utilization and Efficiency Presentation by Lucie GILBERT Transport Canada 4 2 Mobile phone as a Data Source Presentation by Christophe DEMUNTER Eurostat 4 3 Big Data for Transport Presentation by Paulo HUMANES PTV 4 4 Big Data Opportunities and Challenges Presentation by Philippe CRIST ITF 4 5 T ourism and Transport Statistics Presentation by Christophe DEMUNTER Eurostat Estimating Passenger Mobility by Tourrism Statistics Presentation by Paolo BOLSI DGMove Agenda Item 5 Data Quality Improvements and other ITF Projects 5 1 Annual Trends Data Presentation by Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum 5 2 Quarterly Data Presentation by Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum 5 3 Common Questionnaire Presentation by Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum 5 4 Transport Satellite Accounts Presentation by Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum 5 5 Logistics Oservatory by Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum Agenda Item 6 Dissemination of ITF Statistical Activities 6 1 ITF Transport Outlook 2015 Presentation by Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum 6 2 ITF lStatistics Brief on Global Trade and Transport Presentation by

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  • International Transport Forum Statistical Meeting 10-11 April 2014
    aim of the meeting was to better understand users needs and improve transport statistics to better assess the role of the transport sector in the economy The meeting was also an opportunity to maintain and develop regular contacts with a wide range of transport actors to share views experiences and to join forces to develop efficiently international transport statistics Measuring Transport Infrastructure Spending and Assets Presentation by Jari Kauppila International Transport Forum Item 2 Task Force on Measuring Infrastructure and Investment Understanding the Value of Transport Infrastructure Guidelines for macro level measurement of spending and assets Final Report of the Task Force April 2013 Task Force Recommendations Presentation by Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum A Short Exposé on the Perpetual Inventory Method Presentation by Peter van de VEN OECD Item 3 Quality Improvements of other ITF Questionnaires Assessment of Annual Trends Data Presentation by Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum Item 4 Dissemination of ITF Statistical Activities ITF Transport Outlook Presentation by Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum Global Trade and Transport Presentation by Edouard CHONG International Transport Forum OECD STAT Browser Presentation by Mario BARRETO International Transport Forum Road Taxation Database Presentation by Edouard CHONG International Transport Forum Item 5 Innovation

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