# Australian Capital Territory

## Population by Sex by Method of travel to work

There are 132 158 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 70 273 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 61 886 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 19 685 people in the Australian Capital Territory who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 14 240 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 12 414 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 12 383 females in the Australian Capital Territory who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 9 306 people in the Australian Capital Territory who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 8 249 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 7 390 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 7 304 males in the Australian Capital Territory who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 6 849 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 6 308 people in the Australian Capital Territory who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 5 375 people in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 4 997 males in the Australian Capital Territory who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 4 310 females in the Australian Capital Territory who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 4 172 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 3 735 males in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 3 581 females in the Australian Capital Territory who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 2 731 males in the Australian Capital Territory who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 1 984 people in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 1 782 males in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 1 645 females in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 982 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 968 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 456 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 310 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 272 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 204 females in the Australian Capital Territory who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 203 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 194 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 109 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 66 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 61 people in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by ferry. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 41 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by ferry. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 34 males in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 29 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 23 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by ferry. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 21 females in the Australian Capital Territory who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)