Londoners' methods of travel to work mapped in stunning interactive

The colours show how Londoners get to work. Credit: Consumer Data Research Centre

The majority of Londoners who cycle to work live in the north east of the city, a stunning new has revealed.

The map, created by the Consumer Data Research Centre, uses data from the 2011 census and the office of national statistics to show how residents different areas of London travel to work.

The graphic casts a light on the nature of commuting in the capital, revealing some interesting patterns with different colours revealing different methods.

The vast majority of people use the train or tube to get to work, seen in orange, but significant numbers of people manage to walk to work, as the green in the map shows, whilst those living in the north east or south east of the city ten to take the bus.