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A National Statistics Publication for Scotland
ISBN 978 0 7559 9373 4 (Web only publication) ISSN 1351 3869
This document is also available in pdf format (401k) DPPAS 10246
This bulletin presents provisional statistics of reported injury road accidents (i.e. road accidents in which one or more people were killed or injured) in Scotland in 2009. Final figures will be published in November 2010.
1. Main points2. Background3. Reported numbers of Accidents4. Reported numbers of Casualties by Severity5. Casualties by Type of Road6. Casualties by Mode of Transport7. Child Casualties8. Progress towards the casualty reduction targets for 20109. Accidents and Casualties by Police Force and Local Authority area10. Source and definitions
Scottish Government Statistician Group
Figure 1: Killed from 1950 - 2009 Figure 2: Killed & seriously injured casualties and seriously injured casualties, 1950 - 2009 Figure 3: All casualties and slightly injured casualties, 1950 - 2009 Figure 4: Progress towards the 2010 casualty reduction targets
Table 1: Injury road accidents by severity Table 2: Casualties by severity Table 3: Casualties by built-up and non built-up roads, mode of transport and severity Table 4: Child casualties by built-up and non built-up roads, mode of transport and severity Table 5: Killed and seriously injured casualties by mode of transport Table 6: Child killed and seriously injured casualties by mode of transport Table 7: Slight casualties by mode of transport Table 8: Accidents by police force area, council and severity Table 9: Casualties by police force area, council and severity Table 10: Casualties by gender and severity, 2001 - 2009 Table 11: Casualties by gender and age, 2001 - 2009
Page updated: Thursday, June 17, 2010