Community Bus Fund 2023-24 – Capital Allocation

  • Aberdeen City - £4,000
  • Aberdeenshire - £288,000
  • Angus - £110,000
  • Argyll & Bute - £233,000
  • City of Edinburgh - £11,000
  • Clackmannanshire - £121,000
  • Dumfries & Galloway - £422,000
  • Dundee City - £9,000
  • East Ayrshire - £323,000
  • East Dunbartonshire - £46,000
  • East Lothian - £98,000
  • East Renfrewshire - £36,000
  • Falkirk - £103,000
  • Fife - £478,000
  • Glasgow City - £30,000
  • Highland - £547,000
  • Inverclyde - £25,000
  • Midlothian - £101,000
  • Moray - £215,000
  • Na h-Eileanan Siar - £115,000
  • North Ayrshire - £146,000
  • North Lanarkshire - £231,000
  • Orkney - £35,000
  • Perth & Kinross - £199,000
  • Renfrewshire - £51,000
  • Scottish Borders - £243,000
  • Shetland - £44,000
  • South Ayrshire - £171,000
  • South Lanarkshire - £303,000
  • Stirling - £103,000
  • West Dunbartonshire - £8,000
  • West Lothian - £151,000
  • Scotland - £5,000,000

Capital has been allocated based on levels of transport poverty as defined in Sutrans report on transport poverty in Scotland 2016. The methodology combines:

  • car availability
  • income deprivation
  • access to services by measure of rurality

The first of these comes from the population census, the second two come from a variety of sources and are combined as part of the SIMD calculations. Allocations have been calculated in line with this methodology using updated data.