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The Leeds City Council Annual Travel to Work Survey 2020 ran between 15th October and 15th November 2020. The survey was moved from its traditional spring timeframe as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and related lockdowns. As with previous years the survey ran via iTrace utilising the established database of businesses, organisations and schools. To reflect the substantial changes the pandemic has had on businesses across the city, the survey included questions to gauge how mode of travel has changed from Pre-Covid times to current arrangements. The survey also included a series of questions related to car parking.

 

The survey received 8738 responses, made up of 4653 business responses, 2935 Leeds City Council employees and 1411 from schools. The number of responses is substantially lower than previous years. A number of businesses remain closed, and although the survey was launched when a tiered system was in place, a national lockdown was announced on 31st October with all non-essential activities curtailed.

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