Definition: Unladen inland waterway traffic

Transport

Any movement of an IWT freight vessel for which the gross-gross weight of goods carried, including that of equipment such as containers, swap-bodies and pallets, is nil; as well as any movement of an IWT passenger vessel without passengers.

Note: The movement of an IWT vessel carrying empty equipment such as containers, swap-bodies and pallets is not considered to be an unladen journey.
Source:
Glossary For Transport Statistics, Eurostat, ECMT, UN/ECE, Third edition
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