Estimation of the 2021 travel to work matrices from our aggregate spatial modelling under assumptions of pre-coronavirus (COVID-19) and during coronavirus commuting travel behaviours, respectively. The data are at the Middle Layer Super Output Area level. These are experimental data and should not be used to make decisions.

Data

  • Travel to work estimates using assumed pre-coronavirus travel behaviours

    The 2021 travel to work matrix estimated from our aggregate spatial modelling with assumed pre-coronavirus (COVID-19) commuting travel behaviours. The data use the Middle Layer Super Output Area 2011 boundaries covering England and Wales. The first column is origin (where people live) and the first row is destination (where people work). Corresponding values show the number of commuters travelling between origin and destination. These are experimental data and should not be used to make decisions.

  • Travel to work estimates using assumed travel behaviours during coronavirus

    The 2021 travel to work matrix estimated from our aggregate spatial modelling with assumed coronavirus (COVID-19) commuting travel behaviours. The data use the Middle Layer Super Output Area 2011 boundaries covering England and Wales. The first column is origin (where people live) and the first row is destination (where people work). Corresponding values show the number of commuters travelling between origin and destination. These are experimental data and should not be used to make decisions.

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    22 June 2023 09:30
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