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Railway density, total length of lines operated (km) per 1000 km2, year 2010

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 Chart  Rank  Country  Value 
#1
 Czech Republic 
  198.6  198.640732381508
#2
 United Kingdom 
  129.0  128.953110205426
#3
 Poland 
  121.0  121.016358315877
#4
 Slovenia 
  108.0  107.98992741816
#5
 Germany 
  105.5  105.534548917458
#6
 Hungary 
  98.7  98.6563474148124
#7
 Romania 
  85.9  85.9176730665168
#8
 Italy 
  80.4  80.3618540039889
#9
 Slovakia 
  73.9  73.9002693217987
#10
 Croatia 
  72.5  72.5478405433129
#11
 Bulgaria 
  52.5  52.5348445397458
#12
 Estonia 
  47.9  47.9127973821526
#13
 Serbia 
  43.1  43.1072531999412
#14
 Spain 
  37.5  37.4847823681007
#15
 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 
  36.0  36.0129117566989
#16
 Sweden 
  34.4  34.4405330204194
#17
 Moldova, Republic of 
  34.2  34.1823016693751
#18
 Latvia 
  34.1  34.0924925296877
#19
 Georgia 
  33.6  33.6298421807748
#20
 Lithuania 
  33.4  33.4471669218989
#21
 Portugal 
  30.9  30.9082211737079
#22
 United States 
  27.1  27.0633050475175
#23
 Ireland 
  27.0  26.9520299403754
#24
 Finland 
  26.2  26.2073044506876
#25
 Azerbaijan 
  24.0  24.0069284064665
#26
 Turkey 
  14.8  14.8267650987655
#27
 Norway 
  13.0  12.9695236271424

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Footnotes:

Source: UNECE Transport Statistics Database, compiled from national and international official sources.
For definitions, see the Glossary for Transport Statistics.



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