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Proportion of working population aged 16-74 who travel to work on foot (2011)

dark brown  > 15%

brown 11.2% - 15%

mid brown 10.4% - 11.2%

light brown 9.6% - 10.4%

pale brown 8.6% - 9.6%

very pale brown 7.5% - 8.6%

white < 7.5%

Areas with the highest proportion of people who walk to work are rural parts of northern England, Wales and the south west of England. The areas with by far the highest proportion are the City of London and the Isles of Scilly. Conversely, the London commuter belt and parts of East Anglia and the south Midlands have the lowest proportion of people who walk to work.