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Public transport, Q2 2016, preliminary figures

More passengers by bus

Public transport increased by 9.4 million passengers from the second quarter of 2015 to the same period in 2016. After weak progress for some time, scheduled buses had the strongest passenger growth.

Housing conditions, register-based, 2015

4.2 million owner occupiers

Almost eight out of ten households are home owners, and almost half live in a detached house. One out of ten persons live in a crowded dwelling, and this is most frequent among households with children. Crowded dwellings are most common in cities, and home ownership is less common in households with the lowest incomes.

Accidents at work, 2015

Falls most common work accident

Falls are the most commonly reported work accident, and being struck by an object comes second. Of the 24 000 accidents at work reported in 2015, 45 per cent led to absence from work of more than three days. In total, 40 fatal accidents were reported in 2015.

Norwegian economy

Economic Survey 3-2016

Economic developments in Norway and forecasts towards 2019 in the latest issue of Economic Survey.

Environmental economic instruments, 2015

Marginal increase in revenue from environmental taxes

In 2015, almost NOK 33.8 billion was paid in environmental taxes in Norway. This is an increase of NOK 50 million, or 0.15 per cent, from the previous year. Taxes on greenhouse gas emissions increased, while taxes on fuel decreased.

Discussion Papers

Oil consumption subsidy removal in OPEC and other Non-OECD countries

This paper studies the oil market effects of phasing out oil consumption subsidies in the transport sector.

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