Mode Of Transport
Scottish Transport Statistics 2022 - PDF only version14 Mar 2023
The publication provides 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.
Summary report - Women's and girls' views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport7 Mar 2023
Summary report from the independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Women's and girls' views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport7 Mar 2023
The report present analysis from an independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Evaluation of Free Bikes Pilots for School Age Children Who Cannot Afford Them - Final Evaluation Report27 Jan 2023
Covers the work of the pilots from autumn 2021 to August 2022.
Baseline Data Collection for Reston Rail Station24 Jan 2023
Summarises the findings from the baseline study before the opening of the new rail station at Reston
A9 Dualling Programme: Pitlochry to Killiecrankie - Retrospective Natural Capital Assessment Summary19 Jan 2023
Active Travel Indicators Report - 2019 Baseline Report18 Nov 2022
This report presents baseline (2019) data on the indicators included in the Active Travel Framework.
Reported Road Casualties Scotland 202125 Oct 2022
Statistical tables and commentary on injury road accidents and casualties
Baseline data report - June 2022 - Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel Scheme24 Jun 2022
Summarises the findings from the baseline study before the implementation of the Young Persons Free Bus Travel Scheme in January 2022
Value of the Local Road Network - Community Models - Scottish Road Research Board (SRRB)28 Jan 2022
Study to further develop the value model to include detailed/verified social and future value criteria, test the model in three geographical areas, and extend the model to include the trunk road network, to create a ‘whole network’ model.