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The ‘Active and Sustainable Travel in Northern Ireland 2020/21’ report has been launched today (03/02/22).
This report, produced by the Analysis, Statistics and Research Branch (ASRB) of the Department for Infrastructure (DfI), presents findings from the 2020/21 Continuous Household Survey (CHS).
The publication is available on the ASRB website at:
Walking and Cycling in Northern Ireland
- Of the respondents who travelled to and/or from work, 11% said that they normally walk to and/or from work, and 3% normally cycle to and/or from work.
- Almost three quarters of respondents (74%) are satisfied with walking facilities in their area while 53% are satisfied with cycling facilities in their area.
Public Transport in Northern Ireland
- Around 8 in 10 (79%) respondents are satisfied with Public transport facilities in their area.
- A third (33%) of respondents used public transport at least once a month, and 64% used public transport at least once a year.
E-vehicles in Northern Ireland
- 34% of all respondents would ‘definitely’ or ‘strongly consider’ buying an electric vehicle as their next purchase.