The EU statistics agency said that 82.9% of passenger-kilometres for inland journeys in 2018 were taken by passenger car.
Luxembourg’s automobile usage was dead level with the EU27 average. Lithuania (90.4% of non-air passenger-kilometres), Portugal (88.4%) and Slovenia (86.4%) had the highest rates in the bloc. The lowest percentages were recorded in Austria (77.1%), Slovakia (73.9%) and the Czech Republic (73.3%).
Trains accounted for 4.7% of Luxembourg ground travel, compared to 7.9% across the entire EU27. The highest rates were found in Austria (12.9%), the Netherlands (11.2%) and France (10.3%), while the lowest were in Lithuania (1.1%), Greece (0.9%), and Cyprus and Malta (both 0%).
Bus, coach and trolley bus usage in Luxembourg made up 12.4% of inland journeys, higher than the EU27 average of 9.3%. The highest rates were observed in Hungary (20.8%), Cyprus (18.9%) and Malta (17.5%), while the lowest were in Sweden (7.2%), France (6.4%) and Germany (5.8%).