Survey of Londoners on their use of public transport, and the associated costs and barriers with using public transport.
- A bus or tram and walking (all the way to a destination rather than to a bus stop or station) are the modes of travel London residents use most frequently, with seven in ten (69%) Londoners saying they use these for work or leisure at least once a week.
- On average, London residents spend £137 or approximately 7% of their take home income a month on transport costs (e.g. their car, public transport and travel services such as taxis, bike hire or car clubs).
- London residents are most likely to say crowding, cost and availability are barriers to increasing their use of the tube or rail.
Date Published: 04/12/2019
Categories: Consumer | Infrastructure | London | Public and communities | Transport
Client: Centre for London
Savanta ComRes interviewed 1,011 London residents between 15th and 18th July 2019. Data were weighted to be demographically 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.