Australia

South Australia

Population by Sex by Method of travel to work

There are 495 951 people in South Australia who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 271 551 males in South Australia who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 224 398 females in South Australia who travel to work by car as the driver. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 80 078 people in South Australia who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 49 783 females in South Australia who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 34 973 people in South Australia who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 34 190 people in South Australia who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 32 678 people in South Australia who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 30 293 males in South Australia who did not go to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 698 people in South Australia who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 236 females in South Australia who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 19 550 females in South Australia who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 17 620 females in South Australia who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 15 419 males in South Australia who travel to work by bus. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 15 058 males in South Australia who work at home. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 14 000 people in South Australia who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 13 950 males in South Australia who travel to work by car as a passenger. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 10 879 males in South Australia who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 9 816 females in South Australia who walk to work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 469 people in South Australia who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 375 females in South Australia who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 627 males in South Australia who travel to work by train. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 675 males in South Australia who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 544 people in South Australia who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 422 males in South Australia who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 170 people in South Australia who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 464 people in South Australia who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 110 males in South Australia who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 376 females in South Australia who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 801 females in South Australia who ride to work by bicycle. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 791 males in South Australia who travel to work by tram. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 782 people in South Australia who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 115 males in South Australia who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 660 females in South Australia who travel to work by taxi. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 361 females in South Australia who ride to work by motorbike / scooter. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 321 people in South Australia who travel to work by ferry. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 215 males in South Australia who travel to work by ferry. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 122 females in South Australia who travel to work by truck. (ABS, Census 2016)