Official Statistics

Journey time statistics: access to services 2014

Statistics for small areas on journey times to a range of key local services.

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Journey time statistics: access to services 2014 data tables

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In 2014:

  • the average minimum journey time to a range of 8 key local services was 17 minutes using public transport or walking, 14 minutes by bicycle and 10 minutes by car
  • the average minimum journey times by public transport or walking to the 8 key services were 15 minutes for urban areas and 27 minutes for rural areas
  • around 71% of the working age population lived within 15 minutes by public transport of an area with 500 or more jobs, and about 97% within 30 minutes

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Journey time statistics

Published 15 December 2015