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Active Travel

COVID-19 Public Attitudes Survey Data

Overview

Organisation:
Transport Scotland

Media type:
Research

Topic:
Active Travel

Setting:
Employees / workplace, Community, Families / residential, Individuals, Town centres / Urban, Pupils & students / education, Leisure & recreation / tourism, Countryside / Rural

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Public attitudes to transport and travel during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Transport Scotland is monitoring public attitudes to transport and travel during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Key statistics

50%
agree with the statement “I will walk and cycle more when restrictions on transport are lifted”
25%
of people indicated that they would be prepared to walk for part or all of their commute to work.
Transport Scotland is monitoring public attitudes to transport and travel during the COVID-19 outbreak. They are doing this through a telephone survey carried out with a representative sample of over 16s across Scotland. This information provides the key findings from the survey. This information is used to gain an understanding of the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting current travel behaviour and intentions for future travel in Scotland.
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