Detailed List of Statistical Tables and Maps
NB: Most tables provide figures for a number of years (e.g. 1995 to 2005), which are identified in the relevant table headings rather than in the title of the table. Where a table relates to a single year, the relevant year is included in the title. A few tables mainly provide figures for a single year, but also give a few figures for a run of years. They appear as "single year" tables in this list.
Tables of figures, and whole chapters, which are outwith the scope of National Statistics are identified by (*).
Road transport vehicles
1.1 New registrations by taxation group, body type and method of propulsion.
1.2 Vehicles licensed at 31 December, by taxation group, body type and method of propulsion.
1.3 Vehicles licensed at 31 December 2005, by Council and taxation group.
1.4 Taxi and private hire cars and drivers licensed by local authority area, 2006. (*)
1.5 Vehicles licensed at 31 December 2005, by taxation group, and by year of first registration.
1.6 Average age of vehicles licensed at 31 December, by taxation group.
1.7 Private and light goods vehicles licensed at 31 December, by cylinder size.
1.8 Heavy goods vehicles licensed at 31 December, by gross weight.
1.9 Public transport vehicles licensed at 31 December: by seating capacity.
1.10 Goods vehicle operators by licence type and number of vehicles specified on the licence, 2004-05. (*)
1.11 The 20 most popular new cars sold in Scotland, 2005. (*)
1.12 Road vehicle testing scheme ( MOT). (*)
1.13 Driving licence tests, DVLA receipts. (*)
1.14 Practical Driving Test - Pass Rate at Test Centres 2005-06 (*)
1.15 People who hold a full car driving licence by age.
1.16 People who hold a full car driving licence by age and sex, annual net household income and urban/rural classification, 2005.
1.17 People who hold a full driving licence by sex and age
1.18 Households with the regular use of a car.
1.19 Households with a car available for private use by number of cars
1.20 Households with a car available for private use by household type, annual net household income, urban/rural classification and number of vehicles, 2005
1.21 Number of Blue Badges on issue at 31 March 2006. (*)
1.22 Motor vehicle offences recorded by the police by type of offence.
Bus and coach travel
2.1 Vehicle stock by type of vehicle.
2.2 Passenger journeys (boardings) by type of service.
2.3 Vehicle kilometres by type of service.
2.4 Staff employed.
2.5 Passenger receipts by type of service.
2.6 Local bus fare indices.
2.7 Walking time to nearest bus stop, and frequency of service, 2005
2.8 Views on local bus services of those who used them in the past month, 2005
3.1 Goods lifted by UKHGVs, by origin and destination of journey.
3.2 Goods lifted by UKHGVs, in Scotland, with destinations within the UK, by length of haul, 2005.
3.3 Goods moved by UKHGVs by destination and the road freight intensity of the economy.
3.4 Goods lifted or moved by UKHGVs, entering or leaving Scotland, to or from rest of UK, by origins and destinations of journeys, 2005.
3.5 Goods lifted or moved by UKHGVs, for journeys within the UK with a Scottish origin or destination, by commodity, 2005.
3.6 Goods lifted or moved by UKHGVs, entering or leaving Scotland, to or from outwith UK, by origins and destinations of journeys, 2005.
3.7 Goods lifted or moved by UKHGVs, for journeys entering or leaving the UK, by commodity, 2005.
3.8 Average freight lifted by UKHGVs per year (2001-2005): Journeys with UK origins and destinations which either started or ended in Scotland.
Toll bridges (*)
4.1 Traffic and tolls levied.
Road network (*)
5.1 Public road lengths (as at 1 April) by class, type and speed limit.
5.2 Public road lengths (as at 1 April) by Council and class, 2005.
5.3 Trunk road constructed/re-surfaced etc.
5.4 Trunk road constructed/re-surfaced etc, by unit: (a) 2004-05, and (b) 2005-06.
5.5 Trunk road network: residual life (years).
5.6 Local authority road network condition, 2005-06.
6.1 Traffic by road class and type.
6.2 Traffic on major roads (by class/type) and minor roads (by type) by vehicle type, 2005.
6.3 Traffic on major roads, minor roads and all roads by vehicle type.
6.4 Traffic on major roads (by class / type) and on minor roads, by Council, 2005. (*)
6.5 Traffic on trunk roads, local authority roads, and all roads by Council area. (*)
6.6 Average daily traffic flows at selected automated traffic classifier sites, by month, 2005. (*)
6.7 Average daily traffic flows, peak hourly flows and percentages of HGVs for selected key points, 2005. (*)
6.8 Traffic on trunk roads: average time lost per vehicle-kilometre on monitored roads, 2005. (*)
6.9 Car drivers journeys - whether delayed by traffic congestion and, if so, how much time was lost: April to December 2005.
6.10 Petrol and diesel deliveries in Scotland. (*)
6.11 Petrol and diesel consumption of road vehicles
6.12 Atmospheric concentrations of selected pollutants recorded at Air Quality Monitoring Stations.
6.13 Emissions of carbon dioxide allocated to Scotland (*)
6.14 Emissions of greenhouse gases by Transport allocated to Scotland (*)
6.15 Carbon dioxide emissions - grams per passenger-kilometre (*)
Injury road accidents
7.1 Accidents by type of road and severity.
7.2 Accidents by police force area.
7.3 Vehicles involved by type of vehicle.
7.4 Child casualties and all casualties, by severity; and the slight casualty rate.
7.5 Casualties by mode of transport and age group, 2005.
7.6 Costs of injury accidents by type of road, and of "damage only" accidents.
Rail services (*)
8.1 Passenger traffic originating in Scotland: journeys and revenue.
8.2 Cross-border passenger traffic originating outwith Scotland: journeys and revenue.
8.3 ScotRail passenger services, passenger services supported by Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive, and other ScotRail services.
8.4 Passenger journeys using national rail tickets to, from or within Scotland, 2004-05.
8.5 Distances travelled by passengers to Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, 2004-05.
8.6 Rail passenger journeys wholly within Scotland, using national rail tickets, by local authority areas of origin and destination, 2004-05.
8.7 Passenger journeys, using national rail tickets, to or from the main stations in Scotland, 2004-05.
8.8 Passenger journeys, using national rail tickets, to or from identifiable stations in Scotland which have opened (or re-opened) since 1970.
8.9 Rail punctuality: Public Performance Measures - for all services.
8.10 ScotRail services: arrival times at final destinations.
8.11 Passengers in excess of capacity - Edinburgh commuter services across the Forth.
8.12 Rail passenger satisfaction: National Passenger Survey
8.13 Freight traffic lifted in Scotland by destination and by commodity.
8.14 Freight traffic with a destination in Scotland by origin (where lifted) and by commodity.
8.15 Lines open for traffic.
8.16 Number of stations.
8.17 Number of passenger stations by local authority, 2005-06.
8.18 Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive - Glasgow Subway.
8.19 Railway accidents.
8.20 Railway fatalities by former region and category, 2005.
Air transport (*)
9.1 Summary of air transport.
9.2 Passengers on selected domestic routes, to/from certain Scottish airports.
9.3 International Air Passenger Traffic to and from the main Scottish international airports.
9.4 Passenger traffic on selected international routes, to and from Scotland's main airports, 2005.
9.5 The 10 international airports with the largest numbers of passenger journeys for flights directly to and from Scotland's main airports, 2005.
9.6 Terminal passenger traffic by origin/destination, 2005.
9.7 Terminal air passengers by airport, international/domestic and type of service, 2005.
9.8 Punctuality of flights at Edinburgh and Glasgow airports
9.9 Aircraft movements, by airport and type of movement, 2005.
9.10 Air transport movements by airport, type of service and operator, 2005.
9.11 Air transport movements.
9.12 Total aircraft movements, by airport.
9.13 Freight carried by airport.
9.14 Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd income and expenditure, 2004-05.
9.15BAA Revenue and Operating Profit.
9.16 Passengers on services which were supported, in that year, by the Route Development Fund.
10.1 Waterborne freight lifted, discharged and moved, by type of traffic.
10.2 Foreign and domestic freight traffic at Major Scottish ports.
10.3 Foreign and domestic freight traffic by port: inwards and outwards
10.4 Foreign and domestic freight traffic by port: bulk fuel and other traffic.
10.5 Foreign and domestic traffic by port and mode of appearance (major ports only)
10.6 Foreign and domestic freight traffic at the major ports by type of traffic (a) 2004 (b)2005.
10.7 All traffic at the major ports by mode of appearance and commodity (a) 2004 (b)2005.
10.8 Major ports traffic by cargo category and country of loading and unloading (a) 2004 (b)2005.
10.9 Foreign and coastwise container and roll-on traffic by type.
10.10 Inland waterway freight traffic lifted and moved.
10.11 Inland waterway freight traffic lifted and moved by mode of appearance.
10.12 Vehicle and passenger traffic between (a) Scotland and Northern Ireland and (b) Scotland and Europe.
10.13 Shipping services. (*)
10.14 Traffic on Caledonian MacBrayne ferry services. (*)
10.15 Traffic on some other major ferry routes. (*)
10.16 Reliability and punctuality of lifeline ferry services. (*)
10.17HM Coastguard statistics: Search and rescue operations (Scotland). (*)
11.1 Expenditure on transport within the Scottish Ministers' responsibility and expenditure on transport controlled by local authorities. (*)
11.2 Net expenditure on management and maintenance of motorways and trunk roads, by Operating Companies, 2004-05. (*)
11.3 Net revenue expenditure on roads and transport (excluding loan charges) by Councils, by type, 2004-05.
11.4 Gross capital account expenditure on local authority roads and transport by Council and Boards by type of expenditure.
11.5 Gross capital account expenditure on local authority roads and transport by Councils and Boards, by type, 2004-05.
11.6 Local government trading services revenue income and expenditure on roads and transport, 2004-05 (excluding loan charges).
11.7 Local government trading services capital account income and expenditure on roads and transport, 2004-05.
11.8 Harbour facilities, government grants for construction and improvement. (*)
11.9 Petrol and diesel prices and duties per litre (June), GB.
11.10 Transport components of the Retail Prices Index (1987=100), UK.
11.11 Average weekly household expenditure in Scotland on transport and vehicles.
Personal and cross-modal travel
12.1 Trips per person per year by main mode.
12.2 Average distance travelled per person per year by main mode.
12.3 Average length of trip by main mode.
12.4 Trips per person per year by purpose.
12.5 Average distance travelled per person per year by purpose.
12.6 Average length of trip by purpose.
12.7 Hours travelled per person per year by purpose
12.8 Average duration of travel per trip by purpose
12.9 Trips per person per year by main mode and number of cars available to the household
12.10 Frequency of driving for people aged 17+, 2005.
12.11 Frequency of walking in the previous seven days (people aged 16+), 2005.
12.12 Frequency of cycling in the previous seven days (people aged 16+), 2005.
12.13 Frequency of Driving for people aged 17+
12.14 Frequency of Walking in the previous seven days (people aged 16+)
12.15 Frequency of Cycling in the previous seven days (people aged 16+)
12.16 Usual means of travel to usual place of work (in Autumn).
12.17 Average time taken to travel to usual place of work (in Autumn).
12.18 Usual means of travel to work (in Spring).
12.19 Employed adults (16+) - place of work: 2005.
12.20 Employed adults (16+) not working from home - usual method of travel to work: 2005.
12.21 Usual main method of travel to school, 2005.
12.22 Travel to/from school.
12.23 Employed adults (16+) - place of work
12.24 Employed adults (16+) not working from home - usual method of travel to work
12.25 Usual main method of travel to school
12.26 Scottish residents' visits abroad by means of leaving the UK and purpose of visit, 2005.
12.27 Scottish residents' visits abroad by means of leaving the UK and area visited, 2005.
12.28 Scottish residents' visits abroad by means of leaving the UK, purpose of visit and area visited.
12.29 Trips made on an average weekday: circa 2002 (*)
12.30 Trips made on an average weekday between Scotland and England & Wales: circa 2002. (*)
12.31 Passenger journeys made under concessionary fare schemes.
12.32 Traveline Scotland: telephone calls and web site hits. (*)
3.1 Goods lifted by road; entering and leaving Scotland to or from the rest of GB, 2005
6.1 Selected points to show average daily traffic flows, peak hourly flows and percentages of HGVs.
9.1 Terminal air passenger traffic, 1995 and 2005.
10.1 Foreign and domestic freight traffic by port.
10.2 Caledonian MacBrayne ferry routes.
10.4 Orkney and Shetland Islands selected ferry routes.
Local Authorities as of 1 April 1996
(*) this table, or this chapter, consists of figures which are outwith the scope of National Statistics