Average annual bus usage per person in Great Britain 2009-2012, by gender and region

This graph represents how often people traveled by bus in a year in the United Kingdom based on a 2009-2012 four year average, by gender and region. Women traveled by bus more than men in all regions and people from London traveled much more than people from elsewhere. Scottish people used the bus services more than English and Welsh people.

Average bus usage per person per year in Great Britain 2009-2012, by gender and region*

RegionMaleFemale
London199225
Metropolitan areas (excl. London)94120
Scotland87113
England7596
Great Britain7496
Wales4157
Non-metropolitan areas3958
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Release date

September 2013

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2009 to 2012

Supplementary notes

* Figures represent a four year average.

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