Target 2: Cycling

Disaggregated by Gender


 

Explanatory Comments

In 2011 (the baseline year), 23.6% of males and 12.8% of females reported riding a bike in a typical week. The gender difference has continued into 2013 with 16.9% of males and 10.8% of females; however cycling participation has reduced in both groups. In 2015, men and boys were more likely to ride a bicycle (19%) than women and girls (14%) and cycling participation increased towards the baseline year levels

Lead Agency

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

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