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Farebox recovery rates declined in the early 2000's, but have been fairly flat since 2005. Farebox recovery rates indicate the percentage of the cost of providing public transport services paid for by passenger fares.

 

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Further Related Statistics:

PT013 Public transport farebox recovery rates by region (%)

PT014 Public transport farebox recovery rates by region – bus (%)

PT015 Public transport farebox recovery rates by region – ferry (%)

PT016 Public transport farebox recovery rates by region – rail (%)


Core dashboard information

Definition

Public transport farebox recovery rates by mode of travel (percentage)

Farebox recovery rate (%) measures the contribution fares make to the cost of providing public transport services, and is typically expressed as a percentage: farebox $ / (farebox $ + subsidy $) from the subsidising authority's perspective.

Nature of data

Quantitative
Primary source NZ Transport Agency
Custodian of data

NZ Transport Agency

URL This data has not been previously published.
Frequency Annual
Disaggregation

National by mode of travel (bus, rail, ferry)

Quality of the data

Good.

From 2012/13 the basis of this calculation changed. The cost of professional services is now included and this reduces the overall farebox recovery percentage by about 2%. The drop in regional or modal recovery rates could be more variable.

Next Update February