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Transport and Travel in Scotland 2010

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.


Table 32: [Access to services] Access to services that respondents thought were very or fairly convenient, 2010

Post office Doctors surgery Small food shopping Cash machine Banking Chemist Hospital outpatients Petrol station Public transport Dentist Sample size (=100%)
All adults in 2010: 83 82 93 85 73 87 59 74 85 72 9,622
by gender:
Male 83 82 94 86 74 87 60 77 85 72 4,257
Female 83 82 92 85 73 87 59 72 84 72 5,365
by age:
16 - 39 85 83 96 90 75 89 62 76 88 72 2,800
40 - 49 84 81 94 86 72 88 61 79 83 74 1,698
50 - 59 83 82 93 86 72 86 58 76 82 74 1,469
60 + 80 82 90 79 72 84 55 68 83 69 3,655
by urban/rural classification:
Large urban areas 82 82 95 88 74 90 63 73 93 75 3,547
Other urban 82 82 94 86 76 88 62 79 89 75 2,715
Small accessible towns 88 91 96 91 76 94 54 72 82 79 859
Small remote towns 94 90 92 94 86 95 70 86 80 79 556
Accessible rural 83 76 87 73 60 73 46 64 64 54 1,157
Remote rural 83 82 86 73 64 68 46 73 55 55 788
by annual net household income:
up to £10,000 p.a. 84 79 93 84 75 87 56 61 88 66 1,644
over £10,000 - £15,000 84 80 92 82 71 85 56 65 87 72 1,902
over £15,000 - £20,000 83 83 94 86 73 87 60 73 86 72 1,395
over £20,000 p.a. 83 84 94 87 74 88 62 82 83 74 4,306
by driving licence:
Holds a full driving licence 84 84 94 87 75 88 62 84 83 72 6,303
Does NOT hold a full driving licence 81 79 92 83 69 85 55 56 89 71 3,319
by number of cars available to household:
None 81 78 92 82 71 86 54 47 91 68 2,967
One + 84 84 93 86 74 87 61 83 83 73 6,655
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