29 Aug '12, 1pm

What do you think about transport in your area? We want to hear your thoughts & ideas!

Where you live, how easy is it to get around without a car? If public transport is sparse, settlements are poorly planned and pedestrians and cyclists are squeezed off the roads, it can be very difficult indeed. We've compared cities up and down the country to find out how car dependent they are. Read our 2012 Car Dependency Scorecard in full (PDF, 2.5MB) What do you think of our rankings? How would you rank the place where you live? Have your say here . Cities by rank: least to most car dependent 1 London 2 Brighton and Hove 3 Nottingham 4 Cambridge 5 Southampton 6 Plymouth 7 Manchester 8 Liverpool 9 Newcastle 10 Bristol 11 Derby 12 Dudley 13 Leicester 14 Swindon 15 Birmingham 16 Sheffield 17 Coventry 18 Sunderland 19 Gateshead 20 Leeds 21 Bradford 22 Luton 23 Milton Keynes 24 Colchester 24 Peterborough 26 Wigan Our Car Dependency Scorecards from past years: Car Dependenc...

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