It provides an estimate of the average time it takes for a car to travel the inter-urban sections of the KECs during the morning peak period (07:00 to 09:30).
The data presented enable the progress of the draft Programme for Government indicator ‘Average journey time on key economic corridors’ to be monitored.
ASRB carried out a user engagement in relation to the cessation of the “Average Journey Time on Key Economic Corridors” statistical report. The engagement ran from 29 June 2021 to 3 August 2021. The outcome summary of this user engagement was published and users will note that the “Average Journey Time on Key Economic Corridors 2016-2018 report” is the last in the series.
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