People are gradually commuting more on all modes of transport, but business travel by bus and on foot is significantly lower.
The average number of days worked from home reduced between June 2020 and June 2021, but 75% of people remained the same.
All modes of transport are increasing in use as people are visiting family more frequently and venture out on day trips.
Walking is the only travel mode to increase substantially during the pandemic, largely in people’s neighbourhoods rather than in city centres.
Only a small proportion of people worked completely from home before the pandemic, while in June 2021 that number was 31%.
Our survey data shows how car driving is gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels.
Rates of working from home are decreasing, but levelled off between October 2020 and June 2021.
People are using a range of transport modes for both grocery and non-food shopping.
People are walking more, despite also returning to other forms of transport for regular journeys.
Driving is slowly recovering from the large reduction in use in the early stages of the pandemic.
In places where many people continue to work from home, public transport peak periods may be very different.
Evidence shows that people’s attitude to risk is varied and has an impact on the frequency and type of transport they use.