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Centre for London – Coronavirus Transport Survey

A survey of Londoners exploring how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted user behaviour and transport preference and support for policies being introduced across the city.

  • 73% of Londoners support the compulsory use of facemasks on public transport. 21% oppose the measure and a further 6% did not know.
  • Half of those who have travelled by tube or rail (52%) and bus (51%) during lockdown are finding it difficult to keep socially distant from other people.
  • 69% of Londoners support the temporary widening of pavements to aid social distancing.
  • 64% of Londoners support the temporary provision of new cycle lanes, or wider existing cycle lanes, to aid social distancing.
  • 59% of Londoners support the temporary closure of roads and parking to accommodate walking, cycling and space for queues.

Date Published: 03/06/2020

Categories: London | Politics | Public and communities | Social | Transport

Client: Centre for London

Methodology

Savanta ComRes interviewed 1,068 London residents online between 15th and 19th of May 2020. Data is representative of all London residents by age, gender and region. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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