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From A to F - Infographic on different modes of transportation

An unhurried river boat trip will set you back at least a thousand euros, while the bicycle tour down south will cost you next to nothing, assuming you already own a bike. You might eat a bit more, and if you don't want to pitch a tent, you need to calculate in a minimum of one night in a hostel. Total cost From A to E mster dam rank furt Total cost Fuel E1.200 If you want to travel from Amsterdam to Frankfurt, there is an almost bewildering array of transportation options. Planes, trains, and automobiles? Sure, but there are also boats, Passenger load factor busses and bikes. CO2 do..... 100% € 55 Time 17L 20% € 100 12L Distance 26h 41h 15m 30% 21L 10h 10h 38m Boat 45% Bicycle 6h 36m 7h 54m Bus Train 80% Car High speed train Airplane 4h 39m 5h 4m Fuel consumption All values are per person and per trip, and are based on the average 'passenger load factor' as used in the 120kg 3h 57m 4h 33m ARNE HAEGER transportation industry. Obviously, a bicyclist does not burn fossil fuels, neither does an electric train – all forms of Distance For a passenger jet, the distance between the two cities is 365 km. 1h 05m 3h 18m Net travel time ------------------- Total travel time (actual transport, transfers, layovers, security checks) energy have been converted to fuel equivalents. If you want to take in the scenery, consider a river cruise (517 km) or embark on bicycle journey (491 km). Travelling by rail or cruising along highways will each cover about 440 km. 438km CO2 Breathing in, breathing out: a cyclist has by far the lowest CO2 output of all presented modes of transportation. Flying produces 8 times more CO2 per passenger than taking a long-distance bus. 517km Time If time is of the essence, hop on the next available flight, but be prepared to spend about two thirds of your total travel time on airport transfers, security checks, and walks to and from the gate. 491km 29 40% 20 44h 12m 365km 441km

From A to F - Infographic on different modes of transportation

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If you want to travel from Amsterdam to Frankfurt, there is an almost bewildering array of transportation options. Planes, trains, and automobiles? Sure, but there are also boats, busses and bikes.

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