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CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Introduction Study objectives Report structure
CHAPTER TWO: METHODOLOGY Introduction Phase 1: Identification of pre-travel Information Phase 2: Assessment of existing information sources (consultation with data owners) Phase 3: Analysis and identification of data collection methods
CHAPTER THREE: PRE TRAVEL INFORMATION Introduction Categories of disabled people Essential pre-travel information Summary of essential information
CHAPTER FOUR: AVAILABILITY OF RAIL ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION Introduction Scottish rail services Rail station infrastructure -data available Passenger rolling stock - data available Summary of rail data available
CHAPTER FIVE: AVAILABILITY OF BUS ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION Introduction Scottish bus services Bus stop accessibility Bus station accessibility Accessibility of bus vehicles in Scotland Summary of bus data available
CHAPTER SIX: AVAILABILITY OF FERRY ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION Introduction Scottish ferry services Port and terminal accessibility Ferry accessibility Summary of ferry data available
CHAPTER SEVEN: DATA COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION Introduction Data aggregator Data storage Data sources Data consumers Standards Summary of data collection and storage
CHAPTER EIGHT: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Introduction Context Vehicle data Public transport stop data Short term priorities
ANNEX 1: REFERENCESANNEX 2: ORGANISATIONS CONTACTEDANNEX 3: NATIONAL RAIL ENQUIRIES STATION INFORMATION PAGEANNEX 4: ACCESSIBILITY MATRIX
Table 3.1- Essential Information - Disabled Travellers Table 4.1 - Train unit stock - First ScotRail
Figure 7.1 - Data aggregator system architecture Figure 7.2 - Data aggregator process
The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.
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