HC Deb 08 July 2002 vol 388 c668W
Miss McIntosh

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many(a) car, (b) bus and (c) rail journeys were made in the last 12 months. [67213]

Mr. Jamieson

Data from the National Travel Survey on main mode of trip show that, over the period 1998–2000, residents in Great Britain made on average:

  1. (a) 640 car trips per person per year (411 as a driver and 228 as a passenger)
  2. (b) 58 local bus trips per person per year and
  3. (c) 19 rail trips per person per year (12 by surface rail and 7 by LT Underground).

Data are not available for single years.

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