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How long will it take to travel across various UK cities?
How long will it take to travel across various UK cities?

Travelling is something that we all want to do, yet we always think of travelling around the world. But how much of our own country have we actually seen?

Below we have selected some of the UK’s most chaotic cities and have found out what type of transportation will get you there the quickest.

London, England

The current population of London is 7,074,265*

Route: From Royal London Hospital to King’s Cross Station

- Below we have inserted a short guide on what a typical journey of this route will be: It would take 33 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when driving (via the A501).

- It would take 29 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by public transport (the Hammersmith & City underground from Whitechapel).

- It would take 1 hour and 21 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by walking (via the A501).

- It would take 27 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when cycling (via the A5201).

Quickest form of transport: Cycling

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Birmingham, England

The current population of Birmingham is: 1,020,589*

Route: From Cadbury World to Birmingham New Street Station.

- Below we have inserted a short guide on what a typical journey of this route will be: It would take 17 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when driving (via Pershore Rd/A441).

- It would take 26 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by public transport (the London Midland line from Bournville).

- It would take 1 hour and 26 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by walking (via Bristol Rd/A38).

- It would take 23 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when cycling (via Pershore Rd/A441 and Bristol Rd/A38).

Quickest form of transport: Driving

Liverpool, England

The current population of Liverpool is: 467,995*

Route: From Aintree Racecourse to Liverpool Lime Street Station

- Below we have inserted a short guide on what a typical journey of this route will be: It would take 21 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when driving (via Bridle Rd and the A5038).

- It would take 27 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by public transport (via the Merseyrail line from Aintree).

- It would take 1 hour 44 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by walking (via the A59).

- It would take 29 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when cycling (via the A59).

Quickest form of transport: Driving

Edinburgh, Scotland

The current population of Edinburgh is: 448,850*

Route: From Fort Kinnaird to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station

- Below we have inserted a short guide on what a typical journey of this route will be: It would take 20 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when driving (via the A1).

- It would take 27 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by public transport (via the 253 line from Milton Link).

- It would take 1 hour and 25 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by walking (via the A6095).

- It would take 27 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when cycling (via the National Cycle Route 1).

Quickest form of transport: Driving

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

The current population of Newcastle-upon-Tyne is: 282,338*

Route: From intu Metrocentre to Newcastle Central Station

- Below we have inserted a short guide on what a typical journey of this route will be: It would take 14 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when driving (via the A1).

- It would take 21 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by public transport (via the Northern ScotRail line from the Metrocentre).

- It would take 1 hour 15 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route by walking (via the A1114).

- It would take 29 minutes to complete the journey by taking the quickest route when cycling (via National Cycle Route 14).

Quickest form of transport: Driving

Population figures taken from: http://www.citymayors.com/gratis/uk_topcities.html and the journey times were taken from figures recorded by Google Maps between 08.30 and 10.30 GMT on 23/12/2016.






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