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12x7 -- Results by research year, weekday, sex, age and trip purpose, 2016-2021

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1/1/2021
number of trips per person per day:
Number
average distance per trip (km):
Kilometres
average travel time per trip (minutes):
Ratio
distance travelled per person per day (km):
Kilometres
travel time per person per day (minutes):
Ratio
number of trips in the survey data:
Number
1/1/2024
7/30/2020
Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.total age groups , 6-17 , 18-34 ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.total purposes , work , business ,

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The 2016 NTS and 2021 NTS surveys were conducted as a multimode survey. The respondents were able to participate in the survey by phone or mail, or via the internet. The change of method caused a break in the time series, and the results are thus not fully comparable with previous surveys. The response rate of the surveys has dropped significantly between 2016 (44 %) and 2021 (27 %). Partly because of this, some figures for 2021 have not been presented when they have been seen as too unreliable.

age

age group of the participant