Aïkido. Une tradition, un art, un sport French by M. Hamon

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The proportion of households with one or more cars has grown less rapidly than car ownership in total, as average household size has fallen. Its rate of growth has also declined. 16 It should be noted that the average household size in noncar owning households is lower than in those with cars, being typified by pensioner households with only one or two persons per household. Hence, only about 20 per cent of the population are resident in non-car-owning households. Marked variations occur by area.

The term ‘National Railways’ (or ‘surface railways’) is used to describe the services provided by the twenty-five privatized Train Operating Companies (TOCs) running the network formerly provided by British Rail. ‘Other urban railways’ includes the systems in Glasgow, Tyne and Wear and recently developed light rail networks such as Manchester. Operator data unfortunately give little information on journey length or trip purpose, and hence in analysing the market in this form, NTS data will be used as the main source.

His or her trips will then be lost to public transport, except for occasional journeys. In addition, however, other members of the household may also transfer some of their trips to the car, as passengers – a child being given a lift to school, or the family travelling together at weekends. The loss of trips to public transport will thus be greater than those of one person alone, although this could depend upon price and quality of the service offered: if it is good, then other members of the household may be less inclined to arrange their trips so as to travel as passengers in the household car.

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