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Car

Bicycle

• 1.3 cars per household

• Bike Share Toronto is the city’s bike sharing scheme, with 2,750 bikes and 270 stations in 2017

• Annual running costs per vehicle $5,918.20

• Users can purchase yearly or monthly memberships and can then rent the bikes from any of the stations. The first half hour is free

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Bus • The Free Bus service operates around Manchester city centre, Bolton, Oldham and Stockport • Private bus companies operate routes as well • The Oxford Road/Wilmslow Road route is believed to be one of the busiest bus routes in Europe • 225 million passenger journeys annually

Car • 0.27 cars per household • One of only 2 cities in the UK to have an orbital motorway, Junctions 15 and 17 of the M60 around Manchester are some of the busiest sections of road in the UK

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Bus • one of the largest and most comprehensive bus networks in the world • Over 6800 scheduled buses operate on over 700 different routes on weekdays • 1.8 billion passenger journeys annually

Bicycle • Currently an estimated 480,000 cycle journeys each day • Cycle flows have increased by more than 50% since 2014 • Two major cycle ways recently introduced: Superhighways, separate cycle paths that run along major routes through the city, and Quietways that take less confident cyclists on back routes.

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• Other safety initiatives include the removal of 60km of guardrail (out of a total 204km) separating pavement and road


Train • The MRT , is a heavy rail rapid transit system that constitutes the bulk of the railway network • Average daily ridership of 3.302 million in 2018 • 122 stations in operation in 2020, with 61 under construction • 5 lines in operation, 2 under development, 1 in planning • 1.2 billion annual passenger journeys in 2018 • Small Light Rail Network in addition

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Bus • 4 million rides taken per day on average in 2018 • 369 scheduled bus services • 5,800 buses in the fleet

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Train • Metro Network covers 91 stations on 11 main commuter lines. • 5 million daily trips

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Car • 504,798 private cars were registered in Hong Kong in 2015 • The number of cars per capita is half that of Singapore • 75.5 private cars per 1,000 people in 2017 • In order to discourage private car ownership and encourage smaller, energy efficient cars; the Hong Kong government has imposed a First time Registration Tax

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Train • The suburban network has 16 lines and 220 stations • 243 million passenger journeys in 2018-2019 • Main hub at Flinders Street station

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Buses • 346 routes • 127.6 million passenger journeys in 2013-2014

Car • 34.8% households own two cars in 2016 • 0.7 per household

Bicycle • An extensive network of off-road bicycle paths, as well as designated bicycle lanes on many of the streets • Australia’s first public bicycle-sharing system (Melbourne Bike Share) was introduced in 2010; 50 docking stations with 600 bikes located throughout the CBD • Singapore bike-sharing company oBike entered the Melbourne market in mid2017, but abandoned its program in 2018 WestonWilliamson+Partners I 27


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Commuter Satisfaction Survey in 10 Global Cities 2020  

The first of what will be Weston Williamson’s regular international survey examining the commuter experience in 10 cities in which we have...

Commuter Satisfaction Survey in 10 Global Cities 2020  

The first of what will be Weston Williamson’s regular international survey examining the commuter experience in 10 cities in which we have...

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