- Department for Transport
- Part of:
- Journey time statistics, Journey times to key services (JTS01), Journey times to key services by local authority (JTS04), Number of key services by journey time (JTS03), User access to key services by journey time (JTS02), and Journey times to key services by lower super output area (JTS05)
- 15 December 2015
Statistics for small areas on journey times to a range of key local services.
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- 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
These statistics replace the former accessibility statistics series, using revised methods to produce a similar range of results.
Information on journey time statistics, including the pre-release access list and related technical documentation are available.
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Journey time statistics
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Published: 15 December 2015
From: Department for Transport
Part of: Journey time statistics Journey times to key services (JTS01) Journey times to key services by local authority (JTS04) Number of key services by journey time (JTS03) User access to key services by journey time (JTS02) Journey times to key services by lower super output area (JTS05)