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Proportion of working population aged 16-74 who travel to work as a car passenger (2011)

dark brown  > 7%

brown 6.2% - 7%

mid brown 5.5% - 6.2%

light brown 5% - 5.5%

pale brown 4.56% - 5%

very pale brown 3.6% - 4.56%

white < 3.6%

Areas with the highest proportion of people who commute to work as a car passenger are in the valleys of South Wales, the north east of England, Cumbria, and in towns such as Boston, Corby, Middlesbrough, Stoke-on-Trent and Luton. London has the lowest proportion of people who commute to work in this manner.