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This report examines the modal share in Switzerland's agglomerations according to the two principles of place of residence and territoriality. Private motorised transport is the primary means of getting around. The modal share accounted for by non-motorised and public transport is higher in Switzerland’s agglomerations. The public transport share is particularly high in agglomerations with more than 250,000 inhabitants. Among peri-urban communes, the modal share accounted for by non-motorised transport declines significantly if population density is low.

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Identifier
Modalsplit_in_den_Agglomerationen@bundesamt-fur-raumentwicklung-are
Issued date
February 8, 2018
Modified date
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Publishers
Bundesamt für Raumentwicklung (ARE)
Contact points
Antonin Danalet
Languages
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https://www.are.admin.ch/are/fr/home/media-et-publications/publications/villes-et-agglomerations/modalsplit-in-den-agglomerationen-ergebnisse-2015.html
Temporal coverage
January 1, 2010 - December 31, 2015
Update interval
Irregular
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