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Transport Series Statistical Bulletin Trn/2008/3 Main Transport Trends 2008

DescriptionHas figures on (e.g.) road vehicles, traffic, accidents, toll bridges, bus and rail passengers, road and rail freight, air and water transport, personal travel and comparisons with GB.
ISBN978 07559 18010
Official Print Publication DateAugust 2008
Website Publication DateAugust 25, 2008

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A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

Contents

1. Main points
2. Background
3. Motor vehicles, traffic and road casualties
4. Public transport: bus, rail and air and ferry
5. Personal travel (e.g. driving, walking and cycling; travel to work and school)
6. Freight
7. List of Data Sources

Figure 1: Vehicles licensed
Figure 2: New registrations of vehicles
Figure 3: Traffic
Figure 4: Road accident casualties
Figure 5: Passenger numbers: local bus and rail
Figure 6: Passenger numbers: rail, air and ferry (selected services)
Figure 7: Vehicles licensed per 100 population
Figure 8: Passenger numbers per head of population: local bus and rail

Figure 9: Passenger numbers per head of population: rail and air
Figure 10: Freight lifted: road and coastwise shipping
Figure 11: Freight lifted: coastwise shipping, pipelines, inland waterway, rail

Table S1: Summary of Transport in Scotland
Table S2: Summary of Transport in Scotland - index numbers
Table S3: Summary of Scottish Household Survey results
Table S4: Summary of cross-border transport
Table SGB1: Comparisons of Scotland and Great Britain (or the UK) - numbers
Table SGB2: Comparisons of Scotland and Great Britain (or UK) - index numbers
Table SGB3: Comparisons of Scotland and Great Britain (or UK) - relative to the population
Table H1: Summary of passenger traffic
Table H2: Summary of freight traffic - freight lifted
Table H2: Summary of freight traffic - freight moved
Table H3: Traffic estimates
Table H4: Other vehicle related statistics

Scottish Government Statistician Group