Official Statistics: Transport use during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Department For Transport

September 16
13:00 2020

Transport use by mode: Great Britain, since 1 March 2020

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For each day, the Department for Transport produces statistics on:

  1. road traffic in Great Britain
  2. rail passenger journeys in Great Britain
  3. Transport for London (TfL) tube and bus routes
  4. bus travel in Great Britain (excluding London)
  5. cycling in England

The full time series for these statistics, starting 1 March 2020, is usually published here every Wednesday at 2pm. These statistics are now to be published daily for the duration of the return to school period and then will return to weekly updates.

The associated methodology note sets out information on the data sources and methodology used to generate these headline measures.

For the charts previously published alongside daily coronavirus press conferences, please see the slides and datasets to accompany coronavirus press conferences.

Published 3 June 2020
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