Origin-Destination matrices (2001 Census)
Results from the Origin-Destination matrices are produced in the form of a series of tables called Special Migration Statistics (Migration matrices) and Special Workplace Statistics (Travel to work matrices), for the following geographic areas: Local authorities, wards and output areas. Not all the matrices are available for all these areas.
The Migration matrices provide information on people who had moved in the 12 months prior to Census Day, including where they moved from and to and other characteristics such as age, ethnic group and household composition.
The Travel to work matrices provide information on workers, including where they live and work, their method of travel and other characteristics such as age, ethnic group and industry of occupation.
Data from Travel to work matrices are available on the web on NOMIS, a service run by the University of Durham under contract to ONS. Users can choose to select all or part of a Table, and view and download the data for the main census geographies from ward level upwards. The tables are available by selecting the link entitled 2001 Census Tables on NOMIS (on the right hand side of the screen).
This page last updated: 17-12-2007