Opinion on bus travel and congestion charges in the United Kingdom, 2013

This statistic shows the extent to which respondents of a survey carried out in March 2013 agree that they would travel (more) by bus if there was a charge imposed on cars which travelled into the town or city centre. A high number of users agreed they would travel more by bus if such a charge was introduced while among non-users the percentage of those who agreed and disagreed was similar.

Do you agree with the following statement: I would use buses (more often) if a charge was introduced to drive by car into the town or city centre

UsersNon-users
Agree42%38%
Neither13%14%
Disagree20%39%
Don't know4%6%
Not applicable21%4%
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Source

Release date

October 2013

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

March 2013

Number of respondents

904*

Age group

16 years and older

Method of interview

Face-to-face interviews, telephone interviews

Supplementary notes

* Non-Users (n=428); Users (n=476).

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