Transportation Data and Information Hub

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April 2024 Transportation Data and Information Hub (TDIH)

New Data Visualization Hub

As of reference month January 2024, Statistics Canada is publishing a consolidated monthly release called "Aircraft movement and civil aviation statistics."

Coinciding with this new release is an Aviation Data Visualization Hub that allows you to further explore data from Aircraft movement statistics and Monthly civil aviation statistics.

February 2024 Transportation Data and Information Hub (TDIH)

Transit agency level data now published

Statistics Canada recently started to publish more detail from the Monthly Passenger Bus and Urban Transit Survey. The new table 23-10-0307-01—Passenger bus and urban transit statistics, by urban transit agency—includes operating revenue and ridership at the city level for selected transit agencies. Statistics Canada appreciates the cooperation of the 15 transit agencies in making this information available to Canadians.

December 2023 Transportation Data and Information Hub (TDIH)

New monthly indicator of passenger air traffic

The rapid recovery in air travel during the busy summer travel season (July to September) of 2022 posed capacity challenges for some Canadian airports. To better monitor air travel recovery and traffic, Statistics Canada is publishing a new and timelier monthly series for passenger traffic that starts with January 2019 data.

Screened passenger traffic at Canadian airports provides counts from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority at pre-board security checkpoints in Canada's eight largest airports.

This new table contains data for the most current month (October 2023).

Welcome to the Transportation Data and Information Hub, developed in partnership by Transport Canada and Statistics Canada to provide you with an authoritative source of data and information about transportation in Canada. The Hub is part of the Canadian Centre on Transportation Data (CCTD).

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