People are gradually commuting more on all modes of transport, but business travel by bus and on foot is significantly lower.
All modes of transport are increasing in use as people are visiting family more frequently and venture out on day trips.
Our survey data shows how car driving is gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels.
People are using a range of transport modes for both grocery and non-food shopping.
Driving is slowly recovering from the large reduction in use in the early stages of the pandemic.
Evidence shows that people’s attitude to risk is varied and has an impact on the frequency and type of transport they use.
Car was the most used method for those travelling to work, while those working from home were more likely to be train users or cyclists.
As many people gave up their car as bought one, and are deferring their decisions about transport until after the pandemic restrictions are lifted.