The inevitable London and the surprising Glasgow both feature as commuter hotspots – when it comes to public transport, at least.
This very interesting and enlightening flowchart takes an alternate look at the UK’s daily journey to work – and in 2011, 71% of this was done by car.
The North-West and South-East seem to be the population hubs in the UK – that, or areas with high population density outside of cities and working areas, resulting in more regular and longer commutes.
The tiny but intense spots of green are an encouraging sight within the cities – although utterly dominated in London, and slightly weaker than hoped in Birmingham.
Has this changed a great deal in two years? Answers on a postcard (and infographic-based postcard, preferably – now there’s a business idea).