Transport, Slovenia, September 2020

In September 2020, 28% fewer passengers carried in urban public scheduled transport than in September 2019

In September 2020, compared to September 2019, port and airport passenger traffic recorded a much higher decrease (by 99.9% and 87%, respectively) than port and airport goods traffic (by 9% and 8%, respectively).

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28% fewer passengers carried in urban public scheduled transport

Buses in urban scheduled transport carried about 3.1 million passengers in September 2020, which is 28% fewer than in September 2019.

About 2.3 million passengers were carried by buses in interurban and international public scheduled transport, which is 14% fewer than in September 2019. About 35.4 million passenger-kilometres were performed by buses, which is 27% fewer than in September 2019.


In airport traffic 8% less goods handled than in September 2019

In September 2020, about 21,700 passengers travelled through Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, 87% fewer than in September 2019.

Goods traffic at the mentioned airport was lower as well. 8% less goods were handled than in September 2019.


In September 2020, the number of passengers in port traffic only 0.1% of the number in September 2019

In September 2020, twelve passengers were recorded in Slovenian ports, compared to more than 21,600 in September 2019.

In the Port of Koper almost 1.7 million tonnes of goods were handled in September 2020. 9% less goods were handled in September 2020 than in the same month last year.


16% fewer new passenger cars registered for the first time in Slovenia than in September 2019

In September 2020, about 9,700 road motor vehicles were registered for the first time in Slovenia, about 6% fewer than in September 2019. Almost 7,200 passenger cars were registered for the first time, 9% fewer than in September 2019. Of these, about 4,400 were first registrations of new passenger cars, 16% fewer than in September 2019.


More detailed data are available in the SiStat Database.
First registrations of new passenger cars, Slovenia
First registrations of new passenger cars, Slovenia
Sources: SURS, MZI
The selected data of transport, Slovenia
IX 2020I–IX 2020IX 2020
IX 2019 
I–IX 2020
I–IX 2019
numberindex
Road transport
Passengers in public scheduled transport (1,000)1)2)3)2,309.711,07186.255.8
Passenger-km in public scheduled transport (mio)1)2)3)35.4183.573.049.2
Passengers in urban scheduled transport (1,000)3)3,117.321,602.471.652.7
Road cross-border entries of passengers from Croatia (1,000)1,124.611,870.736.149.8
Road cross-border entries of passenger vehicles from Croatia (1,000)538.65,623.239.152.6
Road motor vehicles, registered for the first time9,71887,44294.379.4
Passenger cars, registered for the first time7,15065,30190.978.7
New passenger cars, registered for the first time4,41842,95083.875.2
Maritime transport
Traffic of passengers in ports2)121030.10.1
Traffic of goods in ports (1,000 t)2)1,654.314,06790.581.4
Air transport
Traffic of passengers at airports (1,000)21.7267.312.618.5
Traffic of goods at airports (1,000 t)0.887.692.088.5
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).
Source: SURS
METHODOLOGICAL NOTE

Data on road public scheduled transport for the last 12 months are provisional. With each release the data for the last 12 months can be corrected and supplemented with new data.

Port traffic data for the current year are provisional. The final data will be published at the end of July, with an annual release.

Data on port traffic published by SURS may differ from the data published by ports in their reports. The differences are due to the use of different methodologies (different data source, tare consideration, etc.).

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