The volume of passenger transport grew last year, both in domestic and international traffic. In 2012, the number of passengers served by Estonian transport enterprises increased by 17% and passenger turnover by 7% compared to 2011. Road transport is the most used form of transport in the carriage of passengers – used by 93% of passengers in 2012. The total number of passengers carried by Estonian transport enterprises in 2012 was 201 million, of which 192 million were carried in domestic traffic. The number of passengers in domestic transport grew 17%. Urban transport (i.e. buses, trams and trolleybuses) was used by nearly 159 million passengers, which was almost a fourth more than the year before. The growth in the number of passengers and in passenger turnover in urban transport was influenced the most by changes in the calculation of passenger volume in Tallinn implemented in the 1st quarter of 2012. The number of passengers increased by 26% in Tallinn and by 10% in other cities. The number of passengers in other road transport amounted to 28.2 million. The respective figure was 4.4 million in railway traffic, 8.6 million in sea traffic and slightly over one million in air transport. The average journey distance in domestic transport was 12 kilometres.