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1. www.scotland.gov.uk/About/purposestratobjs

2. www.scotland.gov.uk/News/Releases/2007/11/13122603

3. www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2004/04/19170/35317

4. www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Transport/NTS

5. www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Transport/integrated-transport/stag

6. Highlands - Room for Growth Study March 2006

7. http://www.rssb.co.uk/pdf/reports/ASPR_2006.pdf.

8. Scotland's Railways – Environmental Report, Scottish Executive December 2006

9. National Planning Framework, Scottish Executive, 2005

10. Better Cities, New Challenges. A Review of Scotlands Cities, Scottish Government, 2003

11. Evolution of the population of Scotland 1981-2005, General Register Office for Scotland 2005

12. Mid -2006 Populations Estimates, General Register Office for Scotland, www.gro-scotland.gov.uk

13. TELMoS

14. TMfS:05

15. Projected population of Scotland (2006 based), General Register Office for Scotland, published 23/10/2007 page: 2

16. Sick Nielsen, T. (2007) and Burns, M. C. (2007)

17. TMfS

18. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Population-Migration/TrendnetMigration

19. Estimated and projected net migration, Scotland, 1951-2031 (2006 based), General Register Office for Scotland, published 23/10/2007 page: 4

20. Projected population of Scotland (2006 based), General Register Office for Scotland, published 23/10/2007 page: 5

21. Review of Scotland's Cities, Scottish Executive, 2003

22. Scottish Economics Statistics, 2006

23. Social Inclusion Partnership (SIP) areas are in the process of being phased out in favour of Community Regeneration Funds administered through Scotland's 32 Community Planning Partnerships.

24. People and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement, Scottish Executive, June 2006

25. Annual Business Inquiry (NOMIS), 2004

26. Transport Economics Land-use Model for Scotland

27. TMfS

28. TMfS:05

29. TEMPRO 5.0, 2007

30. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.1

31. Based on UK Department for Transport (2006) Transport Statistics Great Britain, Table 7.9

32. UK Department for Transport (2006) National Road Maintenance Condition Survey Supplementary Bulletin: Structural Survey Results 2006

33. STS No. 25 (2006)

34. Office of Rail Regulation, June 2005

35. Rail Atlas of Great Britain & Ireland

36. Network Rail Monitor, published by the Office of Rail Regulation

37. Network Rail Annual Return 2007, Tables 112, 113, 117, 121, 124, 126

38. Passenger Transport Monitor Scotland, 2006

39. Passenger Transport Monitor Scotland, 2006

40. A new Park-&-Ride site with 130 spaces was opened in Kinross in May 2007

41. Traffic Scotland and TMfS:05

42. Richmond/Airport/Vancouver Rapid Transit Project Definition Phase Final Report on Ridership & Revenues January 2003 Halcrow Group Limited with TSi Consultants. Times for Glasgow and Edinburgh estimated from internet journey planning websites

43. http://www.networkrail.co.uk/aspx/3606.aspx

44. http://www.passengerfocus.org.uk/

45. 2010 – Towards a Healthier Scotland, Scottish Government, 1999

46. STS No. 25 (2006), Update Summary Transport Statistics

47. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 12.31

48. STS No. 26 (2007) Table 12.31

49. Bus and Coach Statistics, 2004 - 2005

50. The City of Edinburgh Local Transport Strategy, 2007 - 2012

51. STS No. 25 (2006)

52. STS No. 25 (2006)

53. City region boundaries study, Scottish Executive, 2002

54. Newman, P and Kenworthv, J. (2000). The Ten Myths of Automobile Dependence, World Transport Policy & Practice, Volume 6, Number 1, pp. 15-25

55. Local Government and Transport Committee report, Scotland Government website

56. TMfS:05

57. TMfS:05

58. TMfS:05

59. TMfS:05

60. TMfS:05

61. TMfS:05 Sector Analysis

62. STS No. 25 (2006)

63. Bus and Coach Statistics, 2004 - 2005

64. TMfS:05

65. Bannister, D. (2005). Unsustainable Transport. New York: Routledge

66. Bus and Coach Statistics: 2005-06. (2007), Scottish Executive National Statistics Publication

67. STS No.24 (2005)

68. 2001 Scottish Census

69. Department for Transport, Transport Statistics Great Britain (2006) Table 1.8

70. Scottish Household Survey, 2005

71. Scottish Household Survey, 2005

72. www.scrol.gov.uk

73. TMfS

74. TMfS:05

75. TMfS:05

76. TMfS:05

77. TMfS:05

78. National Railway timetables

79. TMfS:05

80. TMfS:05

81. TMfS:05

82. STS No. 25 (2006)

83. TMfS:05

84. TMfS:05

85. TMfS:05

86. TMfS:05

87. Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy, March 2007

88. Route Utilisation Strategy

89. STS No. 25 (2006)

90. TMfS:05

91. TMfS:05

92. Freight Transport Association

93. Direct emissions from electrified lines are excluded from these totals

94. AEA 2001, National Rail 2007, Network Rail 2007

95. TMfS:05

96. TMfS:05

97. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

98. TMfS:05

99. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

100. Public Performance Measure, overall performance measure - the percentage of franchised passenger trains arriving at their destination and within a specified lateness margin

101. High Level Output Specification statement, Transport Scotland, 2007

102. ScotRail

103. Bus Passenger Satisfaction Survey, 2005

104. Bus Passenger Satisfaction Survey, 2005

105. Road Accident Statistics, HMSO, 2006

106. Tomorrow's Road Safer for Everyone, Department for Transport, 2000

107. Road Accident Statistics, HMSO, 2006

108. Road Accident Statistics, HMSO, 2006

109. Scottish Household Survey (2003/4)

110. Scottish Household Survey (2003/4), perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus travel by sex, age and whether evening bus user

111. Scottish Household Survey (2003/4), safety from crime when traveling by bus in the evening/banded age of random adult/sex of random adult crosstabulation

112. Scottish Household Survey, 2007

113. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/News/Releases/2008/02/26133752

114. The Agglomeration Analysis was undertaken by Transport Scotland

115. Transport Scotland

116. The Scottish Executive, Review of Scotland's Cities - The Analysis, 2003

117. GROS mid 2006 population forecasts

118. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

119. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

120. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

121. TELMoS

122. TELMoS

123. Aberdeen City Council Local Plan, 2004

124. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

125. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

126. TELMoS

127. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

128. GVA per head for Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and North East Moray

129. STS No.25 (2006)

130. Scotland's Census, 2001: www.scotland.gov.uk Table KS17

131. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

132. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

133. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

134. Nestrans: http://www.nestrans.org.uk/projects/projects.asp section.

135. Partnership working through First ScotRail, Network Rail and Hammerson along with Miller Construction

136. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.15

137. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

138. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.15

139. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

140. BAA, Aberdeen Airport Master Plan, Dec 2006

141. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.6, 9.13

142. BAA, Aberdeen Airport Master Plan, Dec 2006

143. Scatsta Airport is used primarily by the oil and gas industry but also serves as a diversionary route.

144. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6

145. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.13

146. Aberdeen City Council: www.aberdeen.gov.uk

147. Edinburgh City Council: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

148. Aberdeen City Council www.aberdeen.gov.uk

149. Based on a 12 hour flow

150. TMfS:05

151. TMfS:05

152. Aberdeenshire Local Transport Strategy (2007)

153. Nestrans Regional Transport Strategy (Nestrans, 2007)

154. Aberdeenshire Local Transport Strategy (2007)

155. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

156. TMfS:05

157. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report, www.nationalrail.co.uk and www.networkrail.co.uk

158. Nestrans: http://www.nestrans.org.uk/projects/projects.asp section.

159. Scottish Strategic Rail Study Final Report March 2003

160. Road Accidents Scotland 2005, Table 37

161. Scotland Planning Assessment Baseline Report, October 2005

162. Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy, Network Rail March 2007

163. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

164. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

165. TELMoS

166. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

167. GVA per head for Angus and Dundee

168. STS No. 25 (2006)

169. Scotland's Census 2001 www.scrol.gov.uk TableKS17

170. Dundee City Council – Dundee Economic Profile August 2007

171. TELMoS

172. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

173. TMfS:05

174. www.dundeewaterfront.com

175. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

176. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.6

177. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

178. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

179. http://www.dundeetravelinfo.com/default.asp

180. http://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/visitorparking/main

181. TMfS:05

182. TMfS:05

183. SRTDb

184. TMfS:05

185. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

186. TMfS;05

187. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

188. Even after accounting for local bus services

189. Road Accidents Scotland 2005, Table 37

190. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

191. SEStran includes City of Edinburgh Council, Clackmannanshire, East Lothian, Falkirk Council, Fife, Midlothian, Scottish Borders and West Lothian

192. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

193. Edinburgh City Council Capital Review www.capitalreview.co.uk

194. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

195. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

196. TELMoS

197. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

198. STS No.25 (2006)

199. Scotland's Census 2001 www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

200. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

201. SEStran Regional Transport Strategy www.SEStran.gov.uk

202. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

203. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6, 9.13

204. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

205. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

206. Edinburgh City Council Park-&-Ride map http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/internet/Transport/Parking/CEC_park_and_rides

207. www.edinburgh.gov.uk, www.ncp.co.uk

208. Edinburgh to Glasgow Rail Improvements, Jacobs October 2007

209. The City of Edinburgh Local Transport Strategy 2007-2012

210. TMfS:05

211. SRTDb

212. www.edinburgh.gov.uk

213. TMfS:05

214. Scotland's Railways, Scottish Executive, December 2006

215. Transport Initiatives in Edinburgh (TIE) www.tie.ltd.uk

216. British Airports Authority A Surface Access Strategy for Edinburgh Airport (2007)

217. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

218. TMfS:05

219. TMfS:05

220. First ScotRail Performance Statistics; http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

221. Edinburgh to Glasgow Rail Improvements, Jacobs October 2007

222. TMfS:05

223. TMfS:05

224. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

225. http://www.one-ticket.co.uk/rail/whowearel

226. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

227. Road Accidents Scotland 2005, Table 37

228. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

229. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

230. Scottish Enterprise Glasgow Economic Review November 2006

231. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

232. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

233. TELMoS

234. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

235. STS No.25 (2006)

236. Scotland's Census 2001 www.scrol.gov.uk KS17

237. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

238. SPT, Regional Transport Strategy

239. SPT

240. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

241. STS No.25 (2006) Table 8.18

242. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6, 9.13

243. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

244. STS No. 25 (2006)

245. STS No. 25 (2006)

246. SPT: www.spt.co.uk

247. Glasgow City Council: www.glasgow.gov.uk

248. TMfS05

249. Scottish Census 2001; http://www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS15

250. BAA - Glasgow Airport Masterplan, October 2006

251. SPT: http://www.spt.co.uk/garl/

252. SPT: www.spt.co.uk

253. Department for Transport figures; http://www.garl.info

254. BAA figures; http://www.garl.info

255. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

256. First ScotRail: www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

257. TMfS:05

258. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

259. Bus Passenger Satisfaction Survey, 2005

260. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

261. Road Accidents Scotland 2005, Table 37

262. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

263. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

264. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

265. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

266. TELMoS

267. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

268. STS No. 25 (2006)

269. Scotland's Census 2001 www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

270. Inverness Local Plan, March 2006

271. Inverness City-Vision (Inverness City Partnership) , May 2006

272. STS No. 25 (2006)

273. The Highland Council: Inverness Local Plan, 2006

274. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

275. First ScotRail: http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

276. National Express East Coast: http://www.nationalexpresseastcoast.co.uk

277. http://www.invernet.info/homel

278. TMfS:05H

279. Aberdeen to Inverness Transport Corridor Study (Draft) Figure 1

280. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6

281. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.13

282. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

283. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

284. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2005/07/08131738/17395

285. TMfS;05

286. http://www.invernet.info/homel

287. Road Accident Scotland 2005Statistics (2006)

288. Scottish Household Survey (2003/2004): Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

289. Safety on Britain's Railways, The Railway Forum December 2001

290. General Register Office for Scotland. Mid-Year 2004 population estimates.

291. Perth and Kinross Structure Plan, 2003

292. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

293. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

294. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

295. TELMoS

296. Scottish Economic Statistics 2007

297. STS No. 25 (2006)

298. Scotland's Census 2001 www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

299. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

300. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

301. Perth and Kinross Council Website (http://www.pkc.gov.uk)

302. Perth and Kinross Council: www.pkc.gov.uk

303. TMfS05

304. TMfS05

305. Network Rail Route Plans, Route 25 Highlands, March 2007

306. TMfS:05

307. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

308. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

309. TELMoS

310. Scotland's Census 2001 – www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17.

311. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

312. http://www.black-isle.info/details.asp?id=180

313. http://www.portservices.co.uk

314. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

315. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

316. TMfS:05H

317. Department for Transport National Road Traffic Forecasts 1997

318. SRTDb

319. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

320. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.1

321. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.15

322. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.5

323. TMfS:05

324. SRTDb

325. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

326. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy – March 2007

327. TMfS:05

328. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk and www.networkrail.co.uk

329. Community Plan for Highland 2004/07 (Highland Well-Being Alliance)

330. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment -1: very poor; 5: excellent )

331. Transport Scotland SERIS database

332. Transport Scotland SERIS database

333. General Register Office for Scotland 2004 based Population Projections for Scottish Areas – Table 1

334. TMfS:05

335. Scotland Planning Assessment Part 1 Volume 2 (Drivers of Change) October 2005 – Table A2

336. Scotland's Census 2001 – www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

337. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3

338. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

339. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

340. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

341. TMfS:05H

342. Department for Transport, National Road Transport Forecasts 1997

343. SRTDb

344. Civil Aviation Authority UK Airport Statistics: 2006 – annual – Table 19

345. Transport Scotland – SRTDb

346. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.14

347. TMfS:05

348. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

349. TMfS:05

350. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

351. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

352. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

353. TELMoS

354. General Register Office for Scotland 2004 based Population Projections for Scottish Areas – Table 1

355. Scotland's Census 2001 – www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

356. http://www.scotland.org/about/innovation-and-creativity/features/culture/vibrant6-invernessl

357. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3

358. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

359. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

360. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

361. TMfS:05H

362. Department for Transport , National Road Transport Forecasts,1997

363. Transport Scotland – SRTDb

364. SRTDb

365. Transport Scotland – STRDb

366. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

367. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.1

368. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.14

369. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.14

370. TMfS:05

371. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

372. TMfS:05

373. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

374. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

375. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

376. General Register Office for Scotland – Mid 2004 Population Estimates http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

377. TELMoS

378. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3

379. Inverness City-Vision (Inverness City Partnership), May 2006

380. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

381. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

382. Scott Wilson: Aberdeen to Inverness Transport Corridor Study; STAG Pre-Appraisal Final Report, April 2007

383. Partnership working through First ScotRail, Network Rail and Hammerson along with Miller Construction

384. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

385. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

386. Aberdeen City Council: www.aberdeencity.gov.uk

387. TMfS:05H

388. HITRANS, Oct 2006

389. SRTDb

390. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

391. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.15

392. www.aberdeen-harbour.co.uk/news_29_05_07

393. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.6, 9.13

394. Aberdeen Airport Master Plan, Dec 2006, BAA

395. Strategic Plan 2006/2016, Highlands and Islands Airports Limited

396. TMfS:05

397. TMfS:05

398. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

399. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

400. Network Rail: Scotland Rail Utilisation Strategy March 2007

401. TMfS:05

402. TMfS:05

403. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk and www.networkrail.co.uk

404. UK Bus Statistics (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

405. Transport Scotland SERIS database

406. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

407. TELMoS

408. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

409. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

410. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk, Table KS17

411. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

412. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

413. First ScotRail Station Facilities – www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

414. Aberdeen City Council Local Transport Strategy

415. Network Rail: Scotland Rail Utilisation Strategy March 2007

416. TMfS:05

417. SRTDb

418. Transport Scotland, SRTDb

419. Design Manual for Roads and Bridges: TA46/97

420. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

421. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.6, 9.13

422. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.6

423. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.6, 10.3

424. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.15

425. TMfS:05

426. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

427. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

428. TMfS:05

429. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

430. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

431. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

432. Scottish Household Survey 2003/3004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

433. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

434. Scottish Household Survey 2003/3004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

435. TELMoS

436. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

437. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

438. Chapter 4 – A9 Perth to Inverness Economic Appraisal Study – Final Report, HITRANS and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, October 2007

439. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

440. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

441. Perth and Kinross Council: www.pkc.gov.uk

442. TMfS:05/05H

443. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 10.6, 10.3

444. SRTDb

445. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

446. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

447. TMfS:05

448. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

449. TMfS:05

450. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

451. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

452. Scotland's Railways

453. TMfS:05

454. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

455. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

456. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

457. Chapter 5 – A9 Perth to Inverness Economic Appraisal Study – Final Report, HITRANS and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, October 2007

458. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

459. National Driver Information and Control System Strategy and Implementation Plan, Scottish Executive, 2006

460. Clydebank Local Plan September 2004

461. People and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement, Scottish Executive, 2006

462. Glasgow and Clyde Valley Joint Structure Plan: Written Statement April 2006

463. Dumbarton Town Centre Masterplan: Consultants Brief March 2007 & West Dunbartonshire Council www.wdcweb.info

464. Argyll and Bute Local Plan June 2006

465. General Register for Scotland Mid-2006 population estimates for administrative areas: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/06mype-cahb-t2-revised.xls

466. General Register Office for Scotland 2004-based Population Projections

467. National Planning Framework for Scotland, 2002

468. Scotland Planning Assessment Part 1 Report Volume 2 (Drivers of Change) October 2005 Table A2

469. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3

470. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

471. Scotland's Census 2001, www.scrol.gov.uk, Table KS17

472. www.calmac.co.uk

473. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

474. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

475. TMfS:05 / TMfS:05H

476. www.calmac.co.uk Scottish Transport Statistics: No. 25 – 2006, Table 9.6, 9.13

477. SRTDb

478. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

479. www.calmac.co.uk/ Scottish Transport Statistics 25 (2006) Table 10.15

480. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6, 9.13

481. TMfS:05

482. SRTDb

483. Transport Scotland Scottish Roads Traffic Database

484. A82 Tarbet to Fort William Route Action Plan Study, Scott Wilson

485. TMfS:05

486. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

487. A82 Tarbet to Fort William Route Action Plan Study, Scott Wilson

488. Moving Forward, Argyll and Bute Council, Local Transport Strategy 2007-2010

489. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

490. First ScotRail Station Facilities: www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

491. TMfS: 05

492. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

493. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

494. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

495. Scottish Household Survey 2003/3004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

496. TMfS:05

497. http://www.scotland.org/about/innovation-and-creativity/features/culture/vibrant6-aberdeenl

498. TELMoS

499. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

500. Aberdeenshire Council: www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk

501. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

502. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

503. http://www.abdn.ac.uk/estates/environment/transport/park_ride.php

504. TMfS:05

505. Aberdeen City Council: www.aberdeencity.gov.uk

506. TMfS:05

507. TMfS:05. This corridor is on the periphery of the modelled area and as such journeys west and trips within the corridor area are underestimated

508. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

509. Design Manual for Roads and Bridges: TA46/97

510. SRTDb

511. STS No. 25 (2006), Table 9.6

512. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.15

513. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

514. STS No. 25 (2006) Tables 9.6, 9.13, 10.3, 10.15

515. TMfS:05

516. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

517. TMfS:05

518. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5- excellent)

519. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

520. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004, Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

521. TELMoS

522. Transport Scotland SERIS database

523. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

524. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk, Table KS17

525. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

526. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

527. Perth and Kinross Council: www.pkc.gov.uk

528. Stirling Council: www.stirling.gov.uk

529. TMfS:05

530. SRTDb

531. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

532. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

533. TMfS:05

534. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

535. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

536. TMfS:05

537. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk.

538. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007 Table 8

539. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

540. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

541. TMfS:05

542. Scottish Household Survey 2003/04: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

543. TELMoS

544. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

545. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

546. Falkirk Council: http://www.falkirk.gov.uk/services/community/community_education/grangemouth_local_plan.pdf

547. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

548. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

549. Falkirk Council: www.falkirk.gov.uk

550. Stirling Council: www.stirling.gov.uk

551. TMfS:05

552. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 8.7

553. SRTDb

554. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

555. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

556. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.7

557. TMfS:05

558. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

559. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

560. TMfS:05

561. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

562. Network Rail: Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007: Table 8

563. TMfS:05

564. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; www.networkrail.co.uk

565. Bus Users UK

566. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

567. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

568. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

569. TELMoS

570. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

571. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17 – these refer to the whole Council areas

572. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

573. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

574. TMfS:05

575. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

576. SRTDb

577. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

578. TMfS:05

579. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

580. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

581. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

582. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

583. TMfS:05

584. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; www.networkrail.co.uk

585. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

586. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

587. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

588. General Register for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

589. TELMoS

590. Dunfermline and the Coast Local Plan 2002

591. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

592. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

593. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

594. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

595. The City of Edinburgh Council Car Parking Strategy 2006

596. Ferrytoll Park-&-Ride: www.ferrytoll.org

597. Perth and Kinross Council: www.pkc.gov.uk

598. TMfS:05

599. Rail industry LENNON data (station usage 2004/2005)

600. SRTDb

601. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.12b

602. TMfS:05

603. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

604. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

605. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

606. Transport Scotland, Scottish Roads Traffic Database

607. Network Rail: Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007 Table 8

608. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

609. TMfS:05

610. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; and www.networkrail.co.uk

611. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

612. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

613. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

614. Forth Replacement Crossing Study, Report 4 Appraisal of Options, Transport Scotland, April 2007

615. TELMoS

616. Scottish Enterprise: Glasgow Economic Review, State of the City Economy Conference November 2006

617. Edinburgh and Lothians Structure Plan 2015

618. TELMoS

619. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

620. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

621. http://www.airdriebathgateraillink.co.uk/

622. www.citylink.co.uk

623. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

624. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

625. Edinburgh City Council: Greenways and Bus Lanes: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

626. Edinburgh City Council Local Transport Strategy

627. Edinburgh City Council "Easy Park & Ride": www.edinburgh.gov.uk

628. First ScotRail – Station Facilities: www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

629. http://www.airdriebathgateraillink.co.uk/

630. Trips are based upon a 12 hour flow.

631. TMfS:05

632. SRTDb

633. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

634. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.7

635. TMfS:05

636. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

637. Design Manual for Roads & Bridge (TA46/97)

638. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

639. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

640. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

641. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

642. Network Rail: Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy: March 2007, Table 8

643. TMfS:05

644. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; www.networkrail.co.uk

645. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

646. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

647. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

648. TELMoS

649. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

650. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.3, 4.20

651. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

652. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

653. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

654. The City of Edinburgh Council Car Parking Strategy 2006

655. http://www.ferrytoll.org

656. Sestrans Regional Transport Strategy 2008-2023, (Summary Section - Key Problems, Trends & Context)

657. TMfS:05

658. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

659. SRTDb

660. TMfS:05

661. TMfS:05

662. Transport Scotland Scottish Roads Traffic Database

663. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

664. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

665. TMfS;05

666. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk;

667. Network Rail Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) - Scotland

668. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

669. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

670. TELMoS

671. Irvine Bay Regeneration Company www.irvinebayurc.co.uk

672. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

673. Scotland's Census 2001 – www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

674. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

675. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

676. SPT: www.spt.co.uk

677. TMfS:05

678. TMfS:05

679. SRTDb

680. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

681. Scotland Planning Assessment Part 1 Volume 2 (Drivers of Change) October 2005

682. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.12 and 10.14

683. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3

684. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6, 9.13

685. Prestwick Airport Rail Study: August 2003

686. STS No. 25 (2006) Chapter 9 Air Transport

687. TMfS:05

688. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

689. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

690. TMfS:05

691. TMfS:05

692. AEA (2001) Rail Emission Model Final Report; www.nationalrail.co.uk; www.networkrail.co.uk

693. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007

694. Bus Users UK

695. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1:very poor; 5: excellent)

696. Transport Scotland SERIS database

697. A77 Safety Group

698. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

699. TELMoS

700. Dumfries and Galloway Structure Plan 1999

701. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

702. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

703. Stagecoach West Scotland: http://www.stagecoachbus.com/western/aboutusl

704. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

705. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

706. TMfS:05

707. SRTDb

708. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

709. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.3, 10.12

710. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

711. TMfS:05

712. Journey times for bus include a 20 minute walk/wait time

713. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

714. TMfS:05

715. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

716. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

717. TELMoS

718. Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Structure Plan 2006

719. Riverside Inverclyde Urban Regeneration Company www.riversideinverclyde.com

720. People and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement, Scottish Executive, 2006

721. TELMoS

722. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

723. Scotland's Census 2001 – www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

724. Scottish Minister's High Level Specification Output

725. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

726. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

727. SPT: www.spt.co.uk

728. TMfS:05

729. Scottish Freight Strategy Scoping Report – Final Report June 2006

730. SRTDb

731. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

732. Freight Transport and Logistics in West Central Scotland, Logistics Research Centre Heriot Watt University 2002

733. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 10.14/10.15

734. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 9.6/9.13

735. BAA Glasgow Airport Masterplan: July 2005

736. SPT www.spt.co.uk/garl

737. TMfS:05

738. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

739. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

740. Transport Scotland, SRTDb

741. SRTDb

742. TMfS:05

743. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

744. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007 Table 11

745. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

746. Scottish Household Survey 2003/3004 Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

747. TELMoS

748. Glasgow and Clyde Valley Structure Plan, 2006

749. www.ravenscraig.co.uk

750. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

751. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

752. Network Rail

753. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

754. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

755. TMfS:05

756. Transport Scotland, Scottish Roads Traffic Database

757. Scottish Executive Development Department, Small Scheme Appraisal Summary Tables – A76 Dumfries to Kilmarnock

758. SRTDb

759. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005) The total rail passenger trips do not include SPT zonecard trips

760. TMfS:05

761. TMfS:05

762. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

763. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

764. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

765. TMfS:05

766. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy March 2007

767. Network Rail Scotland Route Utilisation Strategy, March 2007, Table 11

768. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

769. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

770. Scottish Household Survey 2003/04: Perceptions of safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

771. TELMoS

772. Edinburgh and the Lothians Structure Plan 2015

773. Midlothian Council: www.midlothian.gov.uk

774. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

775. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

776. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

777. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

778. The City of Edinburgh Council: Greenways and Bus lanes: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

779. The City of Edinburgh Council: "Easy Park & Ride": www.edinburgh.gov.uk

780. Waverley Railway Project: www.waverleyrailwayproject.co.uk

781. TMfS:05

782. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

783. Transport Scotland : Scottish Road Traffic Database

784. SRTDb

785. Waverley Railway Project: www.bordersrailway.com

786. TMfS:05

787. TMfS:05

788. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

789. TMfS:05

790. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1: very poor; 5: excellent)

791. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

792. Scottish Household Survey 2003/2004: Perceptions of Safety from crime during evening bus/rail travel

793. TELMoS

794. General Register Office for Scotland Mid-2004 population estimates for town/city populations: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files1/stats/04mid-year-estimates-localities-table3.xls

795. Edinburgh and the Lothians Structure Plan 2015

796. Scottish Economic Statistics 2006, table 4.20

797. Scotland's Census 2001: www.scrol.gov.uk Table KS17

798. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

799. STS No. 25 (2006) Table 5.5

800. First ScotRail Station Facilities: www.firstgroup.com/scotrail

801. The City of Edinburgh Council: Greenways and Bus Lanes: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

802. The City of Edinburgh Council: Local Transport Strategy

803. The City of Edinburgh Council: "Easy Park & Ride": www.edinburgh.gov.uk

804. TMfS:05

805. This is a border area in TMfS:05. As such, the total travel demand and the modal shares for trips to areas outside of Scotland, must be viewed as being only broadly indicative. Journeys on public transport are underestimated in this corridor.

806. Transport Scotland: Scottish Roads Traffic Database

807. SRTDb

808. Rail industry LENNON data (Station Usage 2004/2005)

809. TMfS:05

810. Journey times for bus/rail include a 20 minute walk/wait time

811. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

812. http://scottishexecutive.itisholdings.com/

813. http://www.firstgroup.com/scotrail/content/aboutus/ourperformance.php

814. TMfS:05

815. Bus Users UK (Qualititative Assessment – 1:very poor; 5: excellent)

816. Transport Scotland SERIS Database

817. Transport Scotland: Scottish Planning Assessment: Part 2 Report August 2006, Table 7.1

818. Congestion on Scottish Trunk Roads, 2003 and 2004, Transport Scotland

819. People and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement; Scottish Executive, 2006

820. A Smart Successful Scotland – Strategic direction to the Enterprise Networks and an enterprise strategy for Scotland, Scottish Executive, 2004

821. Datazones are geographical units determined by the Scottish Executive for the purpose of gathering social and economic statistics for small, local areas. The data zone geography covers the whole of Scotland and nests within local authority boundaries. Data zones have populations of between 500 and 1,000 household residents, and cover an area considerably smaller than other standard geographical units such as Wards or Postcode Districts or Sectors. As such, these units are commonly used to define small areas and gather information on a range of topics including employment activity.

822. Due to the non-residential area of the region surrounding key sites in the Edinburgh West and Edinburgh South East regions, the datazones used to define areas in this analysis are significantly larger than those in other, more urban locations and include wide rural areas surrounding the key sites being examined here. As a result, the data gathered here is likely to significantly understate the true density of employment at key sites such as Gogarburn, Edinburgh Park and South East Edinburgh.

823. Transport Statistics Great Britain, EU Statistics UK

824. Source: Scottish Transport Statistics 25 (data gathered between 2000 and 2005)

825. Scottish Transport Statistics 25 (2006)

826. Scottish Household Survey (2005)

827. Road Accident Statistics, Her Majesty's Stationary Office, 2006 and EU average obtained using data from www.eustatistics.gov.uk