A three-year average of modal share for trips in each borough can be found in the Travel in London Report.
Currently, the data is available for the following periods:
– 2007 – 2010 p277
– 2006 – 2009 p72
– 2005 – 2008 p66
This is what it looks like for the 2007-2010 period.
We have created a .csv of the 2007-10 data which you can download here.
Note: this data will almost certainly differ from borough counts and and TfL’s screenline counts, for two reasons.
1. Unlike on-street traffic counts, the data in the Travel in London Report is based on the London Travel Demand Survey (LTDS), a survey of 8000 households about their transport choices.
2. This is a measure of trips rather than journey stages. Their definition (Travel in London Report 3, Page 5):
A Trip is a complete door-to-door movement by an individual to achieve a specific purpose (eg to go from home to work).
A Journey Stage is a part of a trip made on a specific mode of transport, eg a trip of 3 stages comprising a walk stage from home to a bus stop, a bus stage to central London, and a further walk stage to a place of work.
If a person cycles to a local station and then takes a train for the majority of the journey, this would be counted as a train trip for the purpose of the above data, and would not contribute to the cycling modal share.