PublishersOffice for National Statistics (ONS) (3) Greater London Authority (GLA) (2) Census Information Scheme (1)
Smallest GeographyLocal Authority (2) Borough (1) Greater London (1) Region (1)
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- Updated 3 years ago
Characteristics of CommutersCensus Information SchemeDetailed 2011 Census origin-destination data allow analysis of the personal characteristics of workers who commute into London. This dataset also contains information on average distance travelled to work and anaysis of how this varies by characteristics.
- Updated 3 years ago
Borough Commuting Patterns, Census 2001Office for National Statistics (ONS)Commuter movements of Londoners by borough and regions outside London, from 2001 Census. Figures vary slightly between tables due to rounding. Place of residence down the left, place of work along the top. Numbers include commuters only, does not include people who work from home. Table includes all people aged 16 to 74 in employment resident in UK. 2001 Census, Special Workplace Statistics Table SWS103 Relevant link: http://www.ons...
- Updated 4 years ago
Place of Residence by Place of Work, RegionOffice for National Statistics (ONS)Table to show all people in work in the UK by their place of residence and place of work (main job). The data helps to show commuting patterns since 2004. Matrix shows where workers commute from (residence) and to (workplace). Commuting data from the Annual Population Survey 2010 has been presented here using Prezi software. How does London get to work? Commuting in London on Prezi.
- Created 8 years ago
Commuting & Well-being in LondonGreater London Authority (GLA)A report on the impact of method of travel and distance travelled to work on happiness, anxiety and well-being. The report compares Londoner's responses to the Annual Population Survey to those of workers im the rest of the UK. No datasheet is available for this report as the data were obtained from ONS on special licence and cannot be reproduced.
- Created 9 years ago
Place of Residence by Place of Work, Local AuthorityOffice for National Statistics (ONS)2011 Census origin-destination data showing location of usual residence by place of work for UK merged local authority districts. First table contains data for all local authorities, the second table contains London boroughs only, plus other regional totals. Table population is all usual residents aged 16 and over in employment the week before the census. In order to protect against disclosure of personal information, records have bee...
- Updated 9 years ago
Travel Patterns and Trends, LondonGreater London Authority (GLA)This spreadsheet summarises of the key travel patterns and trends relating to the TFL network and Airports around London. Some of the borough level data has been analysed using these interactive charts. Click on the image to open. The first stack graph shows the spread of mode of travel for each borough. In Kensington and Chelsea over 44 per cent of journeys are made on foot, in Bexley 59 per cent of journeys are in a car/motorcyc...