A new report put together for the DfT has shown there is a long-term desire for remote working and low levels of interest for previous commuting routines.
Nearly two thirds of (65%) respondents to an Alphabet GB study said they expect their travel patterns to be permanently changed as a result of Covid-19.
As the Covid-19 lockdown continues to ease, a survey of more than 2,000 UK adults has found 65% do not feel comfortable commuting to work via public transport.
Almost one in five commutes by car could be avoided if employees continue to work remotely, according to a new survey by the Business Clean Air Taskforce (BCAT).
A mental health consultancy is advising companies to carefully consider the hidden costs of commuting before asking staff to return to the office.
New research from Hitachi Capital UK has found a majority of employees want to make radical changes to the way they work once the lockdown lifts.