Freight traffic on the Upper Rhine
Source: Image by Erich Westendarp on Pixabay
GeoRhena has collaborated for the first time with the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine (CCNR) to create 4 maps. Based on data provided by CCNR, GeoRhena has recently published 4 static maps of freight traffic on the Upper Rhine. The following links lead to the respective metadata sheets of the maps on the GeoRhena geoportal:
Goods traffic on the Upper Rhine in 2021: This map shows the volume of goods transported on the Upper Rhine by section. The data shown is from 2021 and the accompanying graphic provides an overview of the development over the last five years.
Goods flow uphill and downhill by type of goods on the Upper Rhine in 2021: This map shows the flows of goods that cross the Upper Rhine by type. The data shown is from 2021 and relates to the entire Upper Rhine.
Port handling on the waterway on the Upper Rhine in 2021: This map shows the volume of goods handled per port on the Upper Rhine.
Development of port handling on the waterway on the Upper Rhine between 2018 and 2021: This map shows the development of the volume of goods handled per port on the Upper Rhine between 2018 and 2021.
The data was made available in full by the CCNR, which also bears responsibility for it. Redistribution of the maps is possible and requires GeoRhena and ZKR to be cited as sources.
Start of Deutschlandticket in Germany in May – 750,000 new customers in three weeks
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Joint Corridors Off-Road hosts a session at Transport Logistic in Munich
Source: Thomas Plettenberg © Copyright 2019, Messe München GmbH, all rights reserved
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