SCOTTISH TRANSPORT STATISTICS No 22
A Scottish Executive National Statistics publication
Transport Statistics home page
Spreadsheet versions of the tables in this edition
This document is also available in pdf format (2.7mb)
New and revised tables and charts
Detailed list of statistical tables
Summary Transport Statistics, including Historical Series
Commentary and statistical tables:
1. Road transport vehicles
2. Bus and coach travel
3. Road freight
4. Toll bridges
5. Road network
6. Road traffic
7. Injury road accidents
8. Rail services
9. Air transport
10. Water transport
12. Personal and cross-modal travel
Errors in the previous edition
Annex: Areas covered by Premium and All Purpose Units
Recent Research Reports
Scottish Executive Transport Statistics publications
Information available from the Transport Statistics pages of the Scottish Executive Statistics Web site
Scottish Executive Statistical Services
Brief extracts from this publication may be reproduced, provided that "Scottish Transport Statistics" is fully acknowledged as the source.
Proposals for larger extracts should be addressed to the enquiries address below.
Symbols used: The following symbols are used throughout:
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- or 0 nil or less than half the final digit shown ( NB: these are used interchangeably)
| break in series
Rounding: In some tables, where figures have been rounded independently, the sum of constituent items may not always appear to agree exactly with the total shown.
Enquiries and suggestions
Enquiries about the statistics in this publication should generally be made as indicated in the "Further Information" sections of the relevant chapters.
Other enquiries (such as about the availability of other editions) should be made to:
Mr Scott Brand
Transport Statistics branch
Telephone: 0131 244 7255
Fax: 0131 244 0888
Suggestions for improvements should be addressed to the Transport Statistician, at the above address.
Web version of the publication
Transport Statistics publications may be found on the Scottish Executive Statistics Website.
Go to: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/stats/land.htm and click on the link, in the middle of the screen, labelled "Transport, Travel and Tourism".
Then, scroll through the list of publications to find the one(s) of interest. You should be able to "copy and paste" numbers from the tables in the Web versions into your own spreadsheets.
Please see also the separate section, later in the publication, which provides information about the Transport Statistics pages which will become available when the new version of the SE Statistics web site has "gone live".