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In South Wairarapa District 315 people walked, jogged or rode their bike to work in 2018.
South Wairarapa District's commuting statistics reveal the main modes of transport by which residents get to work. There are a number of reasons why people use different modes of transport to get to work including the availability of affordable and effective public transport options, the number of motor vehicles available within a household, and the distance travelled to work.
Commuting data is very useful in transport planning as it informs decision-makers about the availability, effectiveness and utilisation of local transport options, particularly when analysed with Residents Place of Work data and Car Ownership.
Please note: Stats NZ has given Travel to work data for the 2018 Census a quality rating of "moderate". See Stats NZ’s DataInfo+ for specific information on what this rating means and recommendations for use.
'What is the one main way you usually travel to work – that is, the one you used for the greatest distance?'
|Method of travel to work|
|South Wairarapa District||2018|
|Main method of travel||Number||%||Wellington Region %|
|Drove a car, truck or van||3,270||57.6||54.0|
|Passenger in a car, truck, van or company bus||132||2.3||4.3|
|Walked or jogged||258||4.5||10.4|
|Worked at home||1,221||21.5||9.0|
|Not stated / included||--||--||--|
In 2018, there were 642 people who caught public transport to work (train, bus or ferry) in South Wairarapa District, compared with 3,402 who drove in private vehicles (as a driver, or passenger).
Analysis of the method of travel to work of the residents in South Wairarapa District in 2018 compared to Wellington Region shows that 11.3% used public transport, while 59.9% used a private vehicle, compared with 18.0% and 58.3% respectively in Wellington Region.
The major differences between the main method of travel to work of the population in South Wairarapa District and Wellington Region were:
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