WHERE YOU WORK AND HOW YOU TRAVEL TO WORK - QUESTIONS 40, 41 & 45
WHY ARE THEY ASKED?
Information about workplace addresses helps us to understand the journeys people make to travel to work. Employers' business names and workplace addresses are destroyed once statistical processing is complete.
This information, when combined with information on how people get to work and the availability and use of cars, is used to plan for roads and public transport.
Daytime populations of particular areas are also estimated from this information so that services can be located where people will be during the day, rather than where they live.
HOW TO ANSWER
Q40 Please provide the name of the business where the person works.
Q41 Please provide the street address of the person's workplace, include the name of the building or property where they work, if it has one.
Q45 For the person's main job, mark all methods of travel used by the person to get to work on 8 August 2006. Do not include methods of travel for the journey home.
- If the person drove a car to a train station then took a train to work, mark both the ‘Car - as driver’ and ‘Train’ boxes.
- If the person walked all the way to work, mark ‘Walked only’.