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Excel versions of Transport and Travel Statistics tables

Scottish Transport Statistics

From October 2011 Scottish transport and travel statistics will appear on theTransport Scotland website. The Transport Scotland statistics pages will give access to all previous editions of publications, datasets and high level statistics that appeared on the Scottish Government website.

  • STS No.29 - as published in December 2010
    plus updated versions of many of its tables
    Please treat table 1.21 with caution. The data is being investigated .
  • STS No.28 - as published in December 2009
    plus updated versions of many of its tables
  • STS No.27 - as published in December 2008
    plus updated versions of many of its tables
  • STS No.26 - as published in December 2007
    plus updated versions of many of its tables
  • STS No.25 - as published in December 2006
    plus updated versions of some tables
  • STS No.24 - as published in August 2005
    plus updated versions of many of its tables
  • STS No.23 - published August 2004
  • STS No.22 - published August 2003
  • STS No.21 - published August 2002
  • STS No.20 - published August 2001

Publication

View more information on the Scottish Transport Statistics publication.

Notes

The Excel versions are held in a series of workbooks, one for each chapter of each edition.

Each workbook contains all the tables and charts for that chapter in that edition.

Please note that the spreadsheets were set up to provide "camera-ready" copy for the publication - not to be used in calculations. For example:

  • some tables have hidden rows or hidden columns, which contain "out-of-date" figures or formulas that were used for checking.
  • some tables showing (e.g.) "thousands" have, in some cells, "exact" numbers which have been formatted to look like "thousands".

So:

  • PLEASE IGNORE EVERYTHING APART FROM THE NUMBERS WHICH APPEARED IN THE PUBLICATION
  • CHECK THE RESULT CAREFULLY IF YOU SET UP A FORMULA WHICH USES THE NUMBERS FROM A SHEET e.g. in case

(a) you have SUMmed a range that includes values in hidden rows or columns, or

(b) your formula uses (say) some cells containing exact numbers and some containing thousands.