This report from GLA Intelligence is based on the 2011 Census and provides information on household's access to private transport. Key findings are:
In 2011, 58 per cent of households in London had access to a car or van
• The number of vehicles in London in 2011 was 1.91 million, a one per cent increase over 2001 levels
• Owner occupied households were more likely to have access to a car or van (77 per cent) than social rented (37 per cent) or private rented (24 per cent) households
• Households headed by Asian/Asian British residents were most likely to have access to a car or van (65 per cent), and those headed by Black residents were least likely (47 per cent)
• Outer London households had greater access to cars or vans than inner London households (68 per cent compared to 44 per cent)
• City of London, Hackney and Islington had the lowest rates of cars per household in London while Hillingdon, Havering and Harrow had the highest.