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Statistics on the Usual Mode of Transport to School or Work, and Travel Time to School or Work are compiled by the Singapore Department of Statistics based on data collected from the Census of Population and the General Household Survey (GHS). Key findings are presented in the respective Census and GHS reports.
An animated snapshot from Census of Population 2020, depicting literacy & home language, religion, married couples, geographical distribution & transport and difficulty performing basic activities.
Find out more on the latest data on on geographic distribution, mode of transport to work or school and travelling time to work among residents from the Census of Population 2020 in this infographic!
Key findings from the General Household Survey 2015 on marriage and fertility, education, language, religion, households and housing, married couples and transport characteristic.
This interactive dashboard allows you to explore the Usual Mode of Transport and Usual Time Taken to Travel by the Resident Students to school or Resident Working Persons to work in 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015 and 2020.