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accessibility to suitable Attitudes to car-sharing Average journey length average speed bus services buses car ownership car travel car usage car-pooling cent city centre commuting company subsidy conurbation suburbs cost involved council estate decline in bus discouraged bus travel dispersal employment in conurbation employment opportunities factors greater local mobility Greater Manchester Greater mobility higher income bands Higher SEGs income rises industrial labour-markets larger urban areas Leeds length is highest lift-giving London longer journeys Lower SEGs main mode males Mode and socio-economic motoring costs number of employees older workers passengers poolers Potential car-sharers potential mobility proportion of journeys provincial towns published by HMSO Road Research Laboratory rural areas semi-skilled and unskilled separation of home significant differences significantly Skilled Manual socio-economic group spread of car switch to car Transport Act Transport and Road Transport developments travel further travel-to-work patterns unskilled workers travel walking and cycling West Yorkshire work-journey length workers travel less