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Household Transport in 1999 and 2000: Some Scottish Household Survey results

Descriptionincludes statistics on facilities available to private households (e.g. cars) and some aspects of travel (eg frequency of driving, walking and cycling; usual means of travel to school and to work).
ISBN0 7559 2220 4
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateMay 23, 2002

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Statistical Bulletin Trn/2002/4
Household Transport in 1999 and 2000: Some Scottish Household Survey results

Published May 2002
This is a National Statistics publication

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Contents

1. Introduction
2. Main points
3. Cars, motor vehicles, buses and bicycles
4. Driving licences, frequency of driving, and reasons for driving - people aged 17 or over
5. Reasons for not driving, reasons for never learning to drive, and estimated annual personal mileage driven - people aged 17 or over
6 Amount spent on public transport in the previous seven days
7. Walking and cycling - adults
8 Travel to work - employed adults
9. People who usually travel to work by car or van - employed adults (16+)
10 Travel to study - adults (16+) in full-time education
11 Travel to school - pupils in full-time education at school
12 Adults (16+) with limited mobility, and with Orange or Blue Badges
Notes and Definitions
Scottish Executive Transport Statistics publications
Scottish Executive Statistical Services
Correspondence and enquiries

List of Tables
Table 1 Households - cars available for private use, with motor vehicles available for private use, with a bus stop nearby, with a frequent bus service, and with bicycles which can be used by adults: 1999 / 2000
Table 2 Households - type of any motor vehicles available for private use: 1999/2000, and any change in the number of motor vehicles compared with 12 months ago: 2000
Table 3 Motor vehicles - mileage per annum : 1999 / 2000
Table 4 People aged 17 and over - type of driving licence (if any) : 1999 / 2000
Table 5 People who hold a full driving licence by age and sex and MOSAIC area type, 1999
Table 6 People aged 17 and over - frequency of driving: 1999 / 2000
Table 7 People aged 17+ - reasons for driving, reasons for never learning to drive, reasons for not driving, and personal mileage driven per annum: 1999 / 2000
Table 8 Adults (16+) - amount spent on public transport fares in the previous seven days: 1999 / 2000
Table 9 Adults (16+) - frequency of walking in the previous seven days: 1999 / 2000
Table 10 Adults (16+) - frequency of cycling in the previous seven days: 1999 / 2000
Table 11 Adults (16+) - who walked or cycled in the previous seven days: 1999 / 2000
Table 12 Employed adults (16+) - place of work: 1999 / 2000
Table 13 Employed adults (16+) not working from home - usual method of travel to work: 1999 / 2000
Table 14 Employed adults (16+) not working from home, who usually travel to work by car/van by foot or by bus - by reasons for using that means of transport: 1999 / 2000
Table 15 Employed adults (16+) not working from home, who usually travel to work by car/van - could they use public transport, whose vehicle is used, where it is parked: 1999 / 2000
Table 16 Employed adults (16+) not working from home who usually travel to work by car or van - reasons for not using Public Transport: 1999 / 2000
Table 17 Adults (16+) in full-time education - usual means of travel to place of study: 1999 / 2000
Table 18 Pupils in full-time education at school - usual main method of travel to school: 1999 / 2000
Table 19 Adults (16+) - with limited mobility, and with Orange / Blue Badges : 1999 / 2000
Table 20 "95% confidence limits" for estimates which are based on SHS sub-samples of various sizes

List of charts
Chart A Number of cars available for private use by members of the household
Chart B Household's transport facilities
Chart C Car ownership by annual household income
Chart D Annual vehicle mileage by annual net household income
Chart E People (aged 17+) with full driving licences, and who drive every day
Chart F Walking and cycling for pleasure or to keep fit
Chart G Walking and cycling as means of transport and for pleasure/ to keep fit
Chart H Working from home
Chart I Main means of travel to work
Chart J Main means of travel to work by distance between home and work
Chart K Travel to school
Chart L Activities which people find difficult to manage on their own