Mon, 04 May 2020 14:13:25 GMT
Today, Out of Home media specialist Talon Outdoor, has released latest figures from Ada, that show there was an uptick in the number of vehicles being driven for the week of the 20th - 26th April, despite lockdown measures still being in force. Road traffic rose +4% compared to the previous week, whilst use of public transport saw a marginal increase of just 2% across both Rail and the London Underground respectively.
Key UK Out of Home Insights from Ada for the period 20th - 26th April:
Ada receives billions of anonymised location data points and transforms raw data into insights about population movement and behaviours. Ada has been tracking the impact of the pandemic on population movement across the UK and developed a dashboard to share weekly results. Ada delivers OOH media specific insight, which can be mapped against OOH advertising inventory.
Sophie Pemberton, strategy director at Talon said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about significant change to the way people live their lives. Ada shows an uptick in mobility across the board for the week ending 26th April despite UK lockdown measures. This could be attributed to several factors including great weather, to the anticipated relaxing of restrictions, plus there are a growing number of businesses that have resumed trading.
The next data review from Ada will be out on 11th May here and will look at UK population movement for the week ending 3rd May.view more - Trends and InsightTalon Outdoor, Mon, 04 May 2020 14:13:25 GMT