Statistics about the brandfans of Hamburger Verkehrsverbund in Germany

Last updated 01/01/2020

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AIlon analyzed 1,000 individuals from Germany who have a very high affinity for Hamburger Verkehrsverbund and compared the aggregated values to a representative sample of the population.

Hamburger Verkehrsverbund
The Hamburger Verkehrsverbund is a transport association coordinating public transport in and around Hamburg, Germany. Its main objectives are to provide a unified fare system, requiring only a single ticket for journeys with transfers between different operating companies, and to facilitate and speed up travel by harmonising the individual companies' schedules. At its inception in 1965, HVV was the first organisation of this kind worldwide.
Gmb H
November 29, 1965
Hamburg, Germany
Area served
Hamburg Metropolitan Region
Public transport
€ 847 million in 2017
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg State of Schleswig-Holstein State of Lower Saxony Districts Herzogtum Lauenburg, Pinneberg, Segeberg, Stormarn, Harburg, Lüneburg and Stade

Statistics about people with an affinity for Hamburger Verkehrsverbund