Read about our key highlights from 2013 in our annual review, the latest Journey to Work tables, upcoming conferences and the release of some significant planning documents.
A compilation of the latest statistics on the travel patterns of Sydney residents from the 2011/12 Household Travel Survey.
Read about this year’s findings about cycling participation rates by age, gender and area in Sydney. Also included in the report are the latest on cycling mode shares.
How does walking compare to other modes? What are the trends in the last decade? Which groups of people walk more? Find out more about walking in Sydney.
The 10th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods (ISCTSC) will be held in Leura, at the Fairmont Resort on 16-21 November, 2014.
Find datasets from this single location, together with data documentation and publications which are classified by dataset for easy access. All information is free and downloadable. Check it out now.
Here is a new way of visualising trip flows using the 2011 Journey to Work data. Simply select a location and get a visual overview of the trips to and from this area. The tool works best in modern browsers.
Read about the latest trends in travel by residents of the Sydney Statistical Division with the release of the latest Household Travel Survey (HTS) estimates. Detailed tables and graphs are also available in Excel.
Sydney Cycling Survey 2012
This report presents the methods and findings from the 2012 Sydney Cycling Survey.
*NEW* Summary tables for 2011 Centres Analysis
These Excel summary tables use the 2011 JTW data to show the commuting and employment patterns for Sydney Centres.
Here is a new way of visualising trip flows using the 2011 Journey to Work data.
Identify the top origins and destinations for a selected area as well as the mode used for the journey to work.
Produce thematic maps showing population, employment or workforce forecasts.
Explore data for each Local Government Area in New South Wales.
Take a look at our new transport facts dashboard - now optimised for mobile devices. Now you can have important top level transport statistics at your fingertips – literally! Simply add the tool to your home screen when viewing from your Smartphone or tablet.
Have you been selected to participate in our Sydney Household Travel Survey (HTS)? Find out more about this survey.