Short distance train usage frequency, by walking distance to station, in the UK 2015

Percentage distribution of short distance train* usage frequency in the previous 12 months in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015, by time taken to walk to nearest rail station

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United Kingdom

Survey time period

February 2015

Number of respondents


Method of interview

Omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

*A short distance journey is a journey of 50 miles or less. Excludes Underground services, light rail/tram and specialist trains such as steam railways, but includes London Overground.
** Of total 1,034 respondents, split into walking distance to nearest railway station:
5 minutes or less with 70 respondents;
6-10 minutes with 136;
11-20 minutes with 216;
21-30 minutes with 158;
and more than 30 minutes with 423 respondents.
This statistic using original data from the Department for Transport and includes copyright material licensed under © Crown, the Open Government License v3.0

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