London offers a great mix of mobility services, with a balanced modal share between cars (50%),
public transit (30%), walking (18%), and other modes. Mobility demand in London accounted for 74 billion
kilometers (46 billion miles) traveled in 2022, generating 6.1 MtCO2e. Half of the distance traveled
in 2022 in London was by car, contributing to 82% of mobility emissions despite the Ultra Low Emissions
Zone (ULEZ) in central London, where polluting vehicles pay a daily toll to drive, and congestion charges.
Public transport ridership, returned in 2022 to almost pre-pandemic levels but additional recovery and growth are critical to achieve emission goals.