Publication - Statistics

Transport and Travel in Scotland 2010

Published: 31 Aug 2011
ISBN:
9781780453668

Summarises a broad range of transport statistics including road vehicles, traffic, casualties, bus and rail passengers, road and rail freight, air and water transport and personal travel as well as providing some comparisons with GB figures. Further breakdowns of Scottish Household Survey transport data including households' access to cars and bikes, frequency of driving, modes of travel to work and school, use and opinions of public transport and access to services are also presented.

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Transport and Travel in Scotland 2010
Table 12: [Travel to work] Employed adults method of travel to work and whether they could use public transport, 2010*

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Table 12: [Travel to work] Employed adults method of travel to work and whether they could use public transport, 2010*

Usual method of travel to work Car/van commuters†
Car/van Bus Other Sample size Could use PT Could not use PT Sample size
(=100%) (=100%)
row percentages row percentages
All people aged 16+ in 2010: 22 67 11 5,221 45 55 3,237
by gender:
Male 21 70 9 2,446 39 61 1,587
Female 23 64 13 2,775 52 48 1,650
by age:
16 - 29 27 58 15 890 46 55 456
30 - 39 22 69 10 1,240 45 55 778
40 - 49 21 70 9 1,488 45 55 946
50 - 59 19 72 10 1,149 45 55 768
60 and over 20 67 13 454 41 59 289
by current situation:
Self employed 23 74 3 322 35 65 229
Employed full time 20 70 10 3,728 45 55 2,382
Employed part time 28 58 15 1,171 50 50 626
by annual net household income:
up to £10,000 p.a.# 40 35 25 245
over £10,000 - £15,000 27 50 24 587 43 58 278
over £15,000 - £20,000 27 57 17 706 45 55 385
over £20,000 - £25,000 21 66 13 693 39 61 441
over £25,000 - £30,000 22 69 8 640 43 57 417
over £30,000 - £40,000 21 72 7 1,093 42 58 723
over £40,000 p.a. 17 78 5 1,214 51 50 890
by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation:
1 (20% most deprived) 27 55 18 837 45 55 393
2 22 66 13 1,001 47 53 604
3 22 69 9 1,157 42 58 754
4 19 73 8 1,205 41 59 823
5 (20% least deprived) 22 71 8 1,018 50 50 660
by urban/rural classification:
Large urban areas 26 57 17 1,784 54 46 890
Other urban areas 20 71 9 1,566 46 55 1,010
Accessible small towns 15 79 6 464 49 51 328
Remote small towns 31 63 6 344 33 67 206
Accessible rural 14 80 6 644 36 64 496
Remote rural 24 73 3 418 17 83 306

*Those in full-time employment, part-time employment and self-employed only.

†Excludes respondents who don't know if it's possible to travel by public transport.

# The sample size is too small for car/van commuters with an annual net household income up to £10,000 p.a. to provide reliable estimates.