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  • In 2011, the morning peak trips by public transport into Birmingham represented a 59.9% share of all trips (bus 28%, rail 30.1% and Metro 1.8%) with car representing the remaining 40.1% share.
  • Indeed, this is the first time that the number of morning peak trips into Birmingham by rail has been greater than the number of peak trips by bus.
  • The share of public transport continues to increase from 57.8% in 2009 though there has been a decrease in the number of trips by 1.6%. The number of trips made by bus has decreased by 8.9%, the number of rail trips has increased by 5.7% and Metro trips have risen by 7.5%. Car trips have fallen with a 9.7% decrease from 2009.
  • Overall, morning peak inbound trips into Birmingham have decreased by 5%.
Modal Split - Birmingham

Source: Centro Annual Statistical Report 2012