by Iain Roberts on 13 June, 2018
Thanks to the Centre for Cities, we have some interesting data on how many cars and buses are on different roads. We don’t know the numbers for every road, but where the figures are measured, we have them.
So, for example, we know that nearly 60,000 cars a day travel into Manchester along the A34 just north of the Gatley lights, and that half those cars go onto the M60 with the other half carrying on the A34 towards Manchester.
You can view the maps and see the figures here.8 Comments