Transport Focus has published its fourth week of research into travel habits and attitudes. Little has changed since the previous week, as data shows that many people are still working from home and following advice to limit unnecessary journeys. Road traffic levels are rising, however. Younger people have been found to be less risk averse about travelling by public transport, which may also be the case for those who were previously regular users of public transport. There is still a strong indication that people will change how they travel in future; walking cycling and driving more. Many will also continue to work from home. The survey still shows strong support for face coverings – 60% of respondents feel they should be worn on public transport – but this contrasts with the fact that approximately just 25% of people have been wearing them on buses, trains and trams.