RUN COMMUTE = A HEALTHY WORKFORCEHere at Active Commuting, we are keen cyclists and runners who love to run and cycle to work. We have free to join cycling and running communities on Strava. So, if you run to work why not get involved? More details on the AC Cycling and Running tab. Below are fourteen stats about Run Commuting.
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0%of run-commuters say that workplace showers and lockers are needed to encourage more people to run-commute. The onus is on employers to do more to support run-commuting which will have knock-on benefits for encouraging staff to be active and healthy at work.
0%of run-commuters are women.
0%of cycle-commuters are women.
0%of Run-Commuters run to work 2 or 3 times a week.
0%of Run-Commuters run to work 2 or 3 times a month.
0%of Run-Commuters run to or from work every day.
0%of Run-Commuters run all year around.
0%of Run-Commuters run to and from work.
0%of Run-Commuters run home from work.
0%of Run-Commuters are in full-time employment
The highest commuting rates are mid-week:
0%of Run-Commuters run on Tuesday.
0%of Run-Commuters run on Wednesday.
0%of Run-Commuters run on Thursday.
0%of Run-Commuters run with a backpack.
0%of Run-Commuters say that making the costs of shoes and equipment for running to work tax-free would encourage more people to run-commute.
The survey results are based on preliminary findings from the project ‘Running as Transport: a geographical provocation’ an ESRC-funded project undertaken by Simon Cook, PhD student in the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London.
The distribution of the survey was aided by run2work Group (www.run2work.com)
In total 235 responses were collected between July and September 2014, with the majority of respondents being based in London
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