In all regions, except Prague, the most frequently used mode of transport for commuting to work was a car driven by the commuter. The share of persons commuting to work by self-driven car in the total number of commuters with an identified mode of transport was 63,5% in Karlovarský region, while in Prague it was only 30%. The dominant mode of transport for commuters in Prague is public transport, which is used by more than 250,000 people, which represents 55.7% of all commuters in Prague with an identified mode of transport.
*) does not include persons working at place of usual residence, persons with no fixed place of work and persons with place of work not identified;
including working students
The most commonly used mode of transport for commuting to school is more varied at the region level than the mode of transport used for commuting to work, which is dominated by the private car. In six regions (Liberecký, Moravskoslezský, Olomoucký, Jihomoravský, Ústecký, Karlovarský) most students walk to school. In Vysočina, Zlínský, Jihočeský, Královéhradecký, Pardubický and Plzeňský regions, the most frequently used mode of transport to get to school is the bus. Vysočina region has the highest share of students using the bus in the total number of all students commuting to school with the identified mode of transport (37.5%). In Prague, public transport dominates (51.4%) and in Středočeský region, most students commute to school as passengers in cars (24.8%).
*) does not include persons studying at place of usual residence and persons with place of school not identified;
does not include working students
State, Cohesion Region, Region, District, Administrative district of municipality with extended powers, Administrative district of the capital city of Praha, Municipality, City part
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