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Distribution of personal travel trips made in England (UK) in 2016, by mode of transportation and purpose

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Personal travel trips made in England (UK) 2016, by transportation and purpose This graph displays the distribution of personal travel trips made in England in 2016, by transportation used and purpose of trip. Driving a car or a van was he most popular method of travelling for all purposes, except for education, for which walking is the most popular method of travelling. Besides driving a car and walking, surface rail is a popular method for commuting as well as other purposes.
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Mode of transportWalkBicycleCar / van driverCar / van passengerMotorcycleOther private transportBus in LondonOther local busLondon UndergroundSurface railTaxi / minicabOther public transport
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Mode of transportWalkBicycleCar / van driverCar / van passengerMotorcycleOther private transportBus in LondonOther local busLondon UndergroundSurface railTaxi / minicabOther public transport
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This graph displays the distribution of personal travel trips made in England in 2016, by transportation used and purpose of trip. Driving a car or a van was he most popular method of travelling for all purposes, except for education, for which walking is the most popular method of travelling. Besides driving a car and walking, surface rail is a popular method for commuting as well as other purposes.
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Release date
July 2017
Region
United Kingdom (England)
Survey time period
2016
Number of respondents
276,000 respondents
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