Commuting in Ireland (from Census 2016)
How do you get to work?
A survey of commuting habits in in Ireland, taken from last year’s census, is published today.
The Central Statistics Office writes:
In April 2016, 56,837 people cycled to work, an increase of 43% since 2011. Three quarters of these were males.
Two thirds of all cyclists were in Dublin city and suburbs, with 38,870 persons cycling to work. In contrast, just 2,330 people cycled to work in Cork city and suburbs, 1,874 in Galway, 968 in Limerick, and 395 in Waterford…