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Transport Statistics, Great Britain 2016

The Department of Transport has released the latest statistics on travel habits in the UK revealing that 22% of all trips in the UK were made by walking in 2015.

However, walking and cycling trips have declined since 1995/97.

Main findings:

•The average distance a person walked in 2015 was 185 miles – equivalent of the distance from London to Manchester.

•44% of children aged 5-10 years and 37% of children aged 11-16 years walk to school.

•15% of adults in England cycled at least once a month.

The full survey can be accessed from the link below:

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