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Title: Summary provisional statistics on breath alcohol screening tests England and Wales - 2009

Release date: 23 September 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Transport | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: The bulletin provides some provisional analysis based on the results of breath alcohol tests administered by police in 2009 at the roadside using recently introduced new digital breath testing devices in England and Wales.

Title: Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Statistics - 2011

Release date: 15 December 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Transport | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Biennial publication giving statistics on taxis and Private Hire Vehicles in England and Wales.

Title: Peak crowding and passenger demand - 2011

Provisional release date: 13 July 2012
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Office for Rail Regulation | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Train operators provide data on passenger numbers to the Department for Transport (DfT) to allow for the monitoring of train crowding levels. In the past DfT monitored crowding for London commuter services under a regime known as ‘passengers in excess of capacity’ (PiXC) and this has formed the basis of the crowding statistics published in National rail trends.

Title: 2011 Census Analysis - Method of Travel to Work in England and Wales

Release date: 13 February 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: The method of travel to work in England and Wales for the working population, based on analysis of data from the 2011 Census. It also identifies changes in patterns of travel to work from 2001 to 2011, and looks at key differences between regions, and examines some of the local authority differences.

Title: Self-reported drink and drug driving: Findings from the Crime Survey for England and Wales - 2012/13

Release date: 06 February 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Transport | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This release presents data on self-reported drink and drug driving, from the Home Office's Crime Survey for England and Wales, in which repsondents are asked whether they have driven under the influence of illegal drugs or whilst over the legal alcohol limit. Usually published as a part of the DfT's Annual Report on Reported Road Casualties if available in time.

Title: 2011 Census Analysis - Distance Travelled to Work

Release date: 26 March 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Distance travelled to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. As well as assessing changes to the average commuting distance since 2001, increases in the number of people reporting to have no fixed place of work are also analysed.

Title: 2011 Census Analysis - Cycling to Work

Release date: 26 March 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Travel and Transport | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Cycling to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. Changes since 2001 are analysed, while cycling by workers resident in London is compared to cycling by workers resident in the rest of England and Wales. The characteristics of people cycling to work are also assessed including age, sex and distance travelled to work.