In part 2 of his census, pandemic & travel to work post, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at what the future might hold, and discusses the impact of the Scottish census taking place in 2022, and how we can use this offset as a natural experiment.
Data Impact blog
In part one of this two-part blog looking at the travel to work data from the 2021 Census, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at some of the interesting findings in the data on journeys to work.
What does the National Travel Survey tell us about road injuries? Rachel Aldred explores how the National Travel Survey can add to the official statistics on risks and injuries to pedestrians and cyclists.
Alasdair Rae uses quantative and qualitative data, including the stories of the people affected, to explore the reality of using public transport to access work from poorer areas of the country.
Many people seem to think that cycling in this country is a particularly dangerous thing to do. They may not know that the UK has almost the lowest death rates for car drivers worldwide, so everything else is bound to be higher, as Jenny Mindell explores.