Travel behaviour, attitudes and social impact of COVID-19
Study into the travel behaviour of people during and following the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This research into the travel behaviour of people during the COVID-19 pandemic aims to:
- understand the longer-term social, attitudinal and behavioural effects of COVID-19
- identify how lower-carbon behaviours could be maintained following the peak
The six reports, with qualitative analysis, were created between the June 2020 and November 2021 period.
The research was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Transport with the last, the sixth wave, released in June 2022.
Last updated 28 June 2022 + show all updates
Wave 6 report and qualitative report released.
Wave 5 report added.
Added All change? Travel tracker - Wave 4 report.
Published All change? Travel tracker - Wave 3 report.
Added wave 2 and autumn 2020 qualitative reports.