This briefing from the GLA intelligence unit shows:
- London workers travelling for less than 15 minutes to work were less anxious than average, with a mean anxiety score of 0.2 points below average.
- Londoners cycling to work had a much higher mean anxiety score than those cycling in the rest of the UK, by 0.7 points. The mean anxiety score for people cycling to work for less than 15 minutes in London was even higher at 4.4; much greater than the mean anxiety scores for cycling (3.4) and travelling for less than 15 minutes to work (3.1).
- Londoners walking to work had a lower mean happiness score than those living in the rest of the UK, despite the overall mean scores being the same.