02 Jun How Have Congestion Levels Changed During Lockdown? – Infographic

How Have Congestion Levels Changed During Lockdown? – Infographic

 

congestion in lockdown infographic

 

The 25 largest cities in the UK have seen an average 57% drop in congestion

How are congestion levels worked out?

If a 30 minute journey takes 45 minutes then that journey takes 50% longer than it should.
This difference is the congestion level.

How much faster is the average journey taking in UK Cities?

  • Manchester – 21.9 minutes
  • Southhampton – 21.6 minutes
  • Belfast – 21.6 minutes
  • Leeds-Bradford – 21.0 minutes
  • Nottingham – 19.5 minutes
  • Edinburgh – 18.9 minutes
  • Coventry – 18.3 minutes
  • Bristol – 18.3 minutes
  • Reading – 18.0 minutes
  • Hull – 17.7 minutes
  • Birmingham – 16.8 minutes
  • Cardiff – 16.8 minutes
  • London – 16.8 minutes
  • Glasgow – 16.5 minutes
  • Leicester – 16.5 minutes
  • Sheffield – 16.2 minutes
  • Newcastle-Sunderland – 15.6 minutes
  • Stoke – 15.6 minutes
  • Preston – 14.7 minutes
  • Liverpool – 14.7 minutes
  • Bournemouth – 13.8 minutes
  • Brighton – 13.2 minutes
  • Portsmouth – 13.2 minutes
  • Swansea – 13.2 minutes
  • Middlesborough – 12.9 minutes

 

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