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.
Analysis, Statistics and Research Branch (ASRB) within the Department are currently engaging with users in relation to the Average Journey Time on Key Economic Corridors statistical report. A user engagement survey is now live and will run from Tuesday 29 June to Tuesday 3 August 2021.
To respond to the survey please go to Average Journey Time on Key Economic Corridors - user engagement.
For general enquiries, data requests and feedback, contact Analysis, Statistics and Research Branch