Cycling statistics

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by Tony W, Feb 24, 2003.

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  1. Tony W

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    Someone recently posted a league table of % journeys by bike in various towns.

    Some frustrating Googling has failed to shake it from the woodwork.

    Can some kind soul repost it for me.

    TIA

    Tony
     
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  4. Tony W

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    "Ben Tansley" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Where was it?

    You want me to find it AGAIN?

    Googled uk.rec.cycling

    Then Googled York Bath Cambridge (this group only)

    Whence a certain Simon Mason, resident of Hull, amature radio enthusiast, cyclist and all round good
    guy was found to have posted in
    http://groups.google.com/groups?q=york+bath+cambridge++group:uk.rec.cycling&
    hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=v56ongjdp4al41%40corp.supernews.com&rnum=3

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    It's from the 1991 census but here it is:

    Districts with the highest and lowest proportions of residents cycling to work Rank District
    Proportion

    1 Cambridge 28.2 2 York 19.0 3 Oxford 17.4 4 Boston 15.5 5 Gosport 15.1 6 Kingston upon Hull 14.1 7
    Waveney 12.5 8 Crewe & Nantwich 11.9

    10 Peterborough 11.4 11 Great Grimsby 10.8 12 Hereford 10.7 13 Boothferry 10.6 14 Ryedale 10.4 15
    Norwich 10.3 16 Fenland 10.2 17 South Holland 9.9 18 Barrow-in-Furness 9.7 19 Cheltenham 9.3 20
    Portsmouth 9.2 Source: 1991 Census, ONS
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    Simon Mason Anlaby East Yorkshire. 53°44'N 0°26'W http://www.simonmason.karoo.net

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  5. Ben Tansley

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    "Tony W" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > Where was it?
    >
    >
    > You want me to find it AGAIN?
    >
    > Googled uk.rec.cycling
    >
    > Then Googled York Bath Cambridge (this group only)
    >
    > Whence a certain Simon Mason, resident of Hull, amature radio enthusiast, cyclist and all round
    > good guy was found to have posted in
    >
    http://groups.google.com/groups?q=york+bath+cambridge++group:uk.rec.cycling&
    >
    hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=v56ongjdp4al41%40corp.supernews.com&rnum=3
    >
    > quote/
    >
    > It's from the 1991 census but here it is:
    >
    > Districts with the highest and lowest proportions of residents cycling to work Rank District
    > Proportion
    >
    > 1 Cambridge 28.2 2 York 19.0 3 Oxford 17.4 4 Boston 15.5 5 Gosport 15.1 6 Kingston upon Hull 14.1
    > 7 Waveney 12.5 8 Crewe & Nantwich 11.9

    > 10 Peterborough 11.4 11 Great Grimsby 10.8 12 Hereford 10.7 13 Boothferry 10.6 14 Ryedale 10.4 15
    > Norwich 10.3 16 Fenland 10.2 17 South Holland 9.9 18 Barrow-in-Furness 9.7 19 Cheltenham 9.3 20
    > Portsmouth 9.2 Source: 1991 Census, ONS
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    > Simon Mason Anlaby East Yorkshire. 53°44'N 0°26'W http://www.simonmason.karoo.net
    >
    > /quote
    >

    Many thanks!

    I wonder if that question was asked in the 2001 census. Must check.

    It's interesting that Cambridge, York and Oxford came out on top for cycling to work? Do you think
    the ONS believes that students work? :)

    Ben
     
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