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Business  |  November 15, 2012 17:29:34

Bohemia average take 17 train trips per year


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - The average 17 train trips per year falls on every citizen of the Czech Republic, including infants, approximately the same frequency of use of rail transport, Dutch and Frenchmen. At least in the EU travels by train in Romania, most while in Luxembourg on Thursday informed the Czech Railways (ČD).

Czechs are based on information as long lanes wide margin the first rung among the new members of the Union and all members of concluding the first third of the rankings.

"Second place among the long-term by EU newcomers occupying Hungary, but by far and with only 11 trips per capita, followed by Slovaks and Slovenes, which represents eight paths," said spokesman Peter Šťáhlavský CD.

In other new EU states such as Poland, Bulgaria or Romania on passenger trains are very few and the number of trips per capita per year is five or less.

The first rails in the use of trains fall on the richest countries of the European Union, with the support of the largest public transport. The first rails include Luxembourg and Denmark (36, or 35 trips), followed by the Austria (26 trips), Germany (24 trips) and Great Britain (22 routes).

In Europe, however, according to statistics, most often superimposed Swiss trains. Long-term national infrastructure development projects and integrated clock-schedule brings to every Swiss train even 50 times a year. Absolute record in the use of railways, however, belongs to the Japanese in approximately 70 trips per capita per year.

Jan Soukup, soukupj@mediafax.cz

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