Commuters to and from Gozo decrease by 1.6%
NSO says second quarter of 2012 saw a decrease in number of vehicles and commuters between Malta and Gozo.
17 July 2012, 12:00am
In 2012, commuters between Malta and Gozo decreased by 1.6%, totalling 1,079,367 when compared to the corresponding period in 2011.
The number of vehicles carried by scheduled vessels went down by 4%, totalling 274,123.
The highest number of commuters was recorded in June at 367,140, or 34% of the total for the period under review.
The number of trips in the second quarter stood at 4,742, decreasing by 1.6% over the corresponding period last year.
The majority of trips took place in June at 1,610, or 33.9% of total trips for this quarter.
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