TfL Rolling Origin and Destination Survey

 Created 5 years ago, modified 7 months ago

The Rolling O&D survey (RODS) is a rolling programme to capture information about journeys on the LUL network.

Warning: It is important to note that these data are reconciled to November counts and represent the number of people travelling on a typical (or average) weekday. Therefore, year-on-year RODS fluctuations do not necessarily reflect whole-year annual demand changes. Furthermore, these data are adjusted to remove the effect of any abnormal circumstances that may effect demand such as industrial action or long-term closures.

The RODS dataset comprises information about:

-Boarders and alighters by station, line, and time of day

-Line loading by section, line, and time of day

-Station flows by station and time of day

-Origin-destination matrix by station, zone, and time of day

-Route choice by origin-destination pair

-Journeys involving interchange by zone, and number of interchanges

-National Rail and DLR journeys to and from each LU station by zone and time of day

-Total entries and exits by borough and time of day

-Access and egress mode by entry/exit station, zone, and time of day

-Age, gender, and mobility category split by entry/exit station, zone, and time of day

-Average journey time by entry/exit station, zone, and time of day

-Distance travelled by entry/exit station by zone, line, journey purpose, time of day, and ticket type

-Journey frequency by entry/exit station, zone, journey purpose, time of day, and ticket type

-Journey purpose by entry/exit station by zone, time of day, and ticket type

-Ticket type by entry/exit station, zone, and time of day

Please note that you will need to register (for free) as a data feed user on the TfL website to be able to access this information.

Find out more about the feeds available from Transport for London here

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