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  • Walking is by far the most common way that respondents expect to travel for leisure; 84% of the sample will do so at least weekly and 37% regularly (at least four days a week).
  • Half of the sample expect to cycle at least weekly for leisure; just under a fifth will do so more than four times a week (16%).
  • Whilst a majority of respondents plan to use a private vehicle for leisure trips at least weekly (65%), this is much lower than the proportion planning to walk (84%).

When restrictions are lifted, how often will you travel by each mode of transport for leisureĀ (i.e. shopping, visiting friends and family, dining out, visiting attractions and sports)?

Base: Walk: 540 | Cycle:522 | Private car or van: 557 | Public transport: 501

The following chart shows how respondents expect to travel for leisure trips when all coronavirus restrictions are lifted. Walking is the most common way that respondents expect to travel for leisure with 84% of respondents doing so at least once a week. Driving a private car or van is also a popular mode of transport for leisure trips, although at a lower level, where 65% plan to do so at least once a week.