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33% increase in London's bus travel

The number of kilometres travelled by London buses has increased by 33 % over the past 10 years to reach 480 million people in 2010, according to the latest Travel in London report released by Transport for London. The number of passenger kilometres has also doubled compared to the beginning of the 1990s.

The report shows that Londoners now use public transport for 41% of their journeys. Traffic on London's roads has fallen by 6% since 2000, while overall traffic on Great Britain's roads increased by nearly 8% over the same period.

People who consider that travelling in London has improved over the past year were most likely to say this was because of improvements to the bus services (18%), increased frequency of services (14%) and more punctual services (12%).



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