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British Social Attitudes Survey 2012: public attitudes towards transport

July 2013

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Contents Executive summary ............................................................................................ 4 1.

Congestion and road building...................................................................... 5 Congestion...................................................................................................... 5 Road building.................................................................................................. 6

2.

Sustainable travel........................................................................................ 8 Current behaviour ........................................................................................... 8 Willingness to switch from car to more sustainable modes of travel ............... 9 Cycling .......................................................................................................... 10

3.

Transport and the environment ................................................................. 13 Exhaust fumes .............................................................................................. 13 Climate Change ............................................................................................ 13 Air travel and the environment ...................................................................... 16 Car use and the environment........................................................................ 17 Freedom to use car and air travel ................................................................. 19

4.

Road safety ............................................................................................... 21 Residential streets ........................................................................................ 21 Drink driving.................................................................................................. 22 Speed cameras............................................................................................. 24 Mobile phones .............................................................................................. 26

5.

Background information ............................................................................ 28 British Social Attitudes Survey ...................................................................... 28 Methodology ................................................................................................. 28 Response rates............................................................................................. 29

Annex A: sample profile ................................................................................... 30

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Executive summary

Key findings The key findings fr