A passenger-kilometre (pkm) is a unit of measurement used to describe the passenger capacity of a vehicle, such as a taxi or a bus. Passenger-kilometres are calculated by multiplying the distance travelled by the number of passengers carried. For example, a distance of 100 kilometres travelled by three people amounts to 300 passenger-kilometres.
In this section, enter the total number of passenger-kilometres travelled by staff and select the distribution by different modes of transport using the columns. The figures already provided reflect the Helsinki area average.