Commuting Patterns in the UK, 2011
25-Jul-2014Flows of commuters between local authorities are analysed. Commentary on Cambridge local authority is provided showing how the data on age and transport mode can be combined with the overall flows to examine commuting in an area. Analysis of commuting flows into London is also provided.
Commuters travel further to work than 10 years ago
26-Mar-2014Latest Census figures show increasing distances travelled to work
London residents cycling to work doubles in 10 years
26-Mar-2014Census analysis shows a changing picture for the daily commute
Driving is the most common travel to work method
08-Mar-2013What the 2011 Census tells us about travel to work in England and Wales
Video Summary: Method of Travel to Work in England and Wales
13-Feb-2013This video summary accompanies the short story that presents the current picture of method of travel to work in England and Wales using 2011 Census data
2011 Census Analysis - Cycling to Work
26-Mar-2014This report assesses cycling to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. Changes since 2001 are analysed, while cycling by workers resident in London is compared to cycling by workers resident in the rest of England and Wales. The characteristics of people cycling to work are also assessed including age, sex and distance travelled to work.
2011 Census Analysis - Distance Travelled to Work
26-Mar-2014This report assesses distance travelled to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. As well as assessing changes to the average commuting distance since 2001, increases in the number of people reporting to have no fixed place of work are also analysed.
2011 Census Analysis - Method of Travel to Work in England and Wales Report
13-Feb-2013The story examines the key findings from the 2011 Census on method of travel to work in England and Wales for the working population. It also identifies changes in patterns of travel to work from 2001 to 2011, and looks at key differences between regions, and examines some of the local authority differences.
Regional Trends No. 35, Chapter 10 - Transport (Pdf 53Kb)
28-Sep-2000No. 35, 2000 Edition
Average Distance Travelled to Work Summary Table, England and Wales, 2001 and 2011 (Excel sheet 116Kb)
26-Mar-2014Summary table of the number of commuters in England and Wales and the distances they commuted by local authority in 2001 and 2011.
Cycling to Work Summary Table, England and Wales, 2001 and 2011 (Excel sheet 122Kb)
26-Mar-2014Summary table of numbers and proportions of residents in England and Wales cycling to work by local authority in 2001 and 2011.
Table CT0015EW Method of travel to work (2001 specification), local authorities in England and Wales (Excel sheet 304Kb)
13-Feb-2013This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 to 74 by their method of travel to work, for regions, counties, London boroughs, districts and unitary authorities in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). This table provides an alternate estimate of travel to work compared with table QS701EW (published in earlier census releases) because it uses both a person's place of work and their method of travel to work to provide comparability with 2001 Census data on travel to work.
2011 Census: QS701EW Method of travel to work, unitary authorities in Wales (Excel sheet 86Kb)
30-Jan-2013This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 to 74 by their method of travel to work, for unitary authorities in Wales on census day (27 March 2011).
Census 2001 Key Statistics - Urban area results by population size of urban area KS15 Travel to work (Excel sheet 62Kb)
22-Jul-2004Urban area results by population size of urban area
Census 2001 Key Statistics - Urban area summary results for local authorities KS15 Travel to work (Excel sheet 873Kb)
22-Jul-2004Urban area summary results for local authorities