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Total passenger kilometres travelled per 100,000 persons



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This FACT indicates the total number of passenger kilometres travelled in a private vehicles per 100,000 persons in each Australian city from the year 2014 to 2015. Statistics are represented in billions. The city with the highest passenger kilometres per 100,000 people was the Canberra with 2.37 billion per 100,000 people. This is an interesting statistic, given that Canberrans spent the third least amount of time commuting to and from work. This implies Canberra is a spread out city and highly reliant on private vehicle travel. The city with the lowest total passenger kilometres was Hobart at 731 million kilometres per 100,000 people.


Based on Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics data from 2017

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