In January 2019, 6% more goods were handled in the Port of Koper than in January 2018.
Buses in urban scheduled public transport and in interurban and international transport carried 5% fewer passengers than a year ago
In January 2019, 2.8 million passengers were carried by buses in public scheduled transport (interurban and international), 5% fewer than in January 2018. 53.9 million passenger-kilometres were made by buses in January 2019, 4% fewer than in January 2018.
Buses in urban scheduled public transport carried 5.6 million passengers in January 2019, 5% fewer than in January 2018.
In airport traffic 3% more passengers than a year ago
In January 2019, about 103,100 passengers travelled through Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, 3% more than in January 2018.
The biggest Slovenian air carrier transported about 69,300 passengers, 4% fewer than in January 2018. With its planes 58.8 million passenger-kilometres were performed (i.e. 12% fewer in the same comparison).
In port traffic more goods handled than a year ago
In the Port of Koper 2.3 million tonnes of goods were handled in January 2019, 6% more than in January 2018.
About 6,800 new passenger cars registered for the first time in Slovenia
In January 2019, almost 9,500 passenger cars were registered for the first time in Slovenia, 1% fewer than in January 2018; almost 6,800 of them were new passenger cars.
More detailed data are available in the SI-STAT Database.
Selected data on transport, Slovenia
1) Urban scheduled public transport is not included.
2) Data are provisional.
3) The data on passengers and passenger-km in public scheduled transport and data on passengers in urban scheduled transport from September 2016 on have been partly estimated due to the introduction of a new integrated public transport system (IJPP) and the new system of subsidised tickets for public transport (the estimates were prepared by the Ministry of Infrastructure).