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Active travel is defined as travelling by walking, cycling or e-scooter

Summary

  • Of residents who travel actively (by walking, cycling or e-scooter) for short journeys, the majority ‘often’ travel actively (82%)
  • Younger residents are using active travel more ‘often’ for short journeys than older residents
  • Higher proportions of residents without a disability travel actively ‘often’ compared to those with a disability

How often do you travel in the following ways for short journeys (i.e. up to a 15-minute walk) nowadays? - total sample

Weighted base: All those who walk, cycle or use e-scooters for short journeys: 1,489

This chart shows that:
Of the total sample, 82% often, 13% sometimes, and 5% occasionally travel actively for short journeys

 

How often do you travel in the following ways for short journeys (i.e. up to a 15-minute walk) nowadays? - by age

Weighted base: All those who walk, cycle or use e-scooters for short journeys: 16-24: 192 | 25-34: 324 | 35-44: 249 | 45-54: 235 | 55-64: 207 | Over 64: 260

This chart shows that:
Of 16-24 year olds, 88% often, 8% sometimes, and 4% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of 25-34 year olds, 86% often, 11% sometimes, and 3% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of 35-44 year olds, 83% often, 12% sometimes, and 5% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of 45-54 year olds, 79% often, 14% sometimes, and 7% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of 55-64 year olds, 80% often, 13% sometimes, and 7% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of over 64 year olds, 78% often, 18% sometimes, and 5% occasionally travel actively for short journeys

 

How often do you travel in the following ways for short journeys (i.e. up to a 15-minute walk) nowadays? - by sex

Weighted base: All those who walk, cycle or use e-scooters for short journeys: Male: 767 | Female: 722

This chart shows that:
Of male residents, 84% often, 12% sometimes, and 4% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of female residents, 80% often, 14% sometimes, and 6% occasionally travel actively for short journeys

How often do you travel in the following ways for short journeys (i.e. up to a 15-minute walk) nowadays? - by disability

Weighted base: All those who walk, cycle or use e-scooters for short journeys: Disability: 188 | No disability: 1,261

This chart shows that:
Of those with a disability, 68% often, 20% sometimes, and 13% occasionally travel actively for short journeys
Of those with no disability, 85% often, 12% sometimes, and 4% occasionally travel actively for short journeys