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Walking trips are short in the UK

The 2013 Travel Survey conducted in England collected seven-day travel diaries from 6,830 households. Walking and driving or riding in a car were the most frequently named modes of travel (86% of all trips). The number of trips made by people 16 years and older increased with age until individuals reached their forties, then the number began to decline.

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