The car is the dominant form of inland transport in all Member States compared with journeys by train, coach or bus and Cyprus is no exception where cars accounted for 81% of passenger kilometres in 2017, according to figures released by Eurostat.
This is actually below the EU 28 average of 83.8%. Among the EU Member States, the highest proportion of passenger-kilometres travelled by car was in Lithuania (91.1 %), followed by Portugal (88.5%) and Slovenia (86.5%).
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