Daily passenger mobility, detailed data, 2021

On daily trips, the residents of Slovenia drove more kilometres by diesel cars then by petrol cars

On their trips by car, the residents of Slovenia covered 59% of distances by cars running on diesel, and 37% by cars running on petrol. The residents performed on average 2.2 trips daily – the fewest in the Posavska statistical region (1.9 trips) and the most in Osrednjeslovenska (2.7 trips).

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Of all distances covered by a car, 1% were made by electric cars

In 2021, the residents of Slovenia (15–84) performed 11.5 billion kilometres on their daily trips – 6% less than in 2017. 85% (9.7 billion) kilometres were made by car.

At the end of 2021, 1.2 million cars were registered in Slovenia; 51% of them were running on diesel and 47% on petrol, while 0.5% were electric cars. On their daily trips, the residents of Slovenia covered 59% of distances by cars running on diesel, and 37% by cars running on petrol. Electric cars covered 1% of distances.

The most trips due to shopping started between 10 and 11 a.m. 

The residents of Slovenia performed 16% of their daily trips due to shopping. The trips mostly began between 10 and 11 a.m., after the morning rush hour due to work or school. Leisure was the reason for 36% of trips. These trips mostly started between 5 and 7 p.m.

Residents the most mobile in the Goriška statistical region, the least in Posavska

The share of the daily mobile residents – they made at least one trip in a day – was the highest in the Goriška statistical region (80%), and the lowest in Posavska (67%). At the national level, 76% of residents were daily mobile.

In Posavska, a resident performed 1.9 trips per day, and in Osrednjeslovenska 2.7 trips per day. The average for Slovenia was 2.2 trips per day.

The residents of Slovenia performed 98% of trips within the country. Only 2% of trips began or ended outside Slovenia. The share of trips made only within a statistical region was the highest in Podravska (87%), and the lowest in Zasavska (66%).

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