ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS)

The 2017 travel survey for Canberra from the ACT Government. The survey tells us a great deal about Canberra but the top facts are worth keeping in mind. Here are the top facts for the ACT, Belconnen being the example.

The 2017 ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS) can be found here.

ACT top facts

In the ACT (2017), the average distance we travel to work is less than 10 km. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

In the ACT (2017), most trips were in a car (77.6%) either as a driver (54.7%) or passenger (22.9%). Walking was 13.6% of the trips, bus 4.3% and cycling 2.4%. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

In the ACT (2017), the purpose of trips was work related (25.9%), social / recreation (21.8%), pick-up / drop-off someone (12.6%), education (10.5%), other / not stated (8.7%), and personal business (8.6%). (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

In the ACT (2017), the activities that are most like to be satisfied locally are (ranked): buy something, education, personal business, pick-up / drop-off someone, other purpose, social / recreation, and least likely are work related trips. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

Belconnen top facts

In Belconnen (2017), the greatest distance travelled was work related, making up 35% of daily kilometres. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

For a resident of Belconnen (2017), the most likely destination for a trip is (ranked): North Canberra, South Canberra, Gungahlin, Woden Valley, Canberra East, Weston Creek, Queanbeyan, outside the study area, and least likely Tuggeranong. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

The origins of all trips ending in Belconnen (top 6, from 2017 and by time period) is Belconnen followed by North Canberra, Gungahlin, South Canberra, Woden Valley, and Tuggeranong. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

The destination of all trips starting in Belconnen (top 4, from 2017 and by time period) is Belconnen followed by North Canberra, Gungahlin, and South Canberra. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

ACT region

In the ACT (2017), the average distance we travel to work is less than 10 km. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

In the ACT (2017), most trips were in a car (77.6%) either as a driver (54.7%) or a passenger (22.9%). Walking was 13.6% of the trips, bus 4.3% and cycling 2.4%. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

In the ACT (2017), the purpose of trips was work related (25.9%), social / recreation (21.8%), pick-up / drop-off someone (12.6%), education (10.5%), other / not stated (8.7%), and personal business (8.6%). (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

In the ACT (2017), the activities that are most like to be satisfied locally are (ranked): buy something, education, personal business, pick-up / drop-off someone, other purpose, social / recreation, and least likely are work related trips. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

Belconnen district

In Belconnen (2017), the greatest distance travelled was work related, making up 35% of daily kilometres. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

For a resident of Belconnen (2017), the most likely destination for a trip is (ranked): North Canberra, South Canberra, Gungahlin, Woden Valley, Canberra East, Weston Creek, Queanbeyan, outside the study area, and least likely Tuggeranong. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

The origins of all trips ending in Belconnen (top 6, from 2017 and by time period) is Belconnen followed by North Canberra, Gungahlin, South Canberra, Woden Valley, and Tuggeranong. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

The destination of all trips starting in Belconnen (top 4, from 2017 and by time period) is Belconnen, followed by North Canberra, Gungahlin, and South Canberra. (ACT Household Travel Survey 2017)

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017

Further information

ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
ACT and Queanbeyan-Palerang Household Travel Survey (ACTQP HTS), ACT Government 2017
Bold Hill from Coombs, Molonglo Valley
Bold Hill from Coombs, Molonglo Valley

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