Key 2007 Road Accident Statistics

DescriptionProvides provisional numbers of accidents and casualties (with police force and council figures), and overall Scottish trends and progress towards the casualty reduction targets for the year 2010.
ISBN978-07559-71558
Official Print Publication DateJune 2008
Website Publication DateJune 30, 2008

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Contents

1. Main points
2. Background
3. Reported numbers of Accidents
4. Reported numbers of Casualties by Severity
5. Casualties by Type of Road
6. Casualties by Mode of Transport
7. Child Casualties
8. Progress towards the casualty reduction targets for 2010
9. Accidents and Casualties by Police Force and Local Authority area
10. Source and definitions
Scottish Executive Statistician Group
Correspondence and enquiries

Figure 1: Killed from 1950 - 2007
Figure 2: Killed & seriously injured casualties and seriously injured casualties, 1950 - 2007
Figure 3: All casualties and slightly injured casualties, 1950 - 2007
Figure 4: Progress towards the 2010 casualty reduction targets

Table 1: Injury road accidents by severity
Table 2: Casualties by severity
Table 3: Casualties by built-up and non built-up roads, mode of transport and severity
Table 4: Child casualties by built-up and non built-up roads, mode of transport and severity
Table 5: Killed and seriously injured casualties by mode of transport
Table 6: Child killed and seriously injured casualties by mode of transport
Table 7: Slight casualties by mode of transport
Table 8: Accidents by police force area, council and severity
Table 9: Casualties by police force area, council and severity
Table 10: Casualties by gender and severity, 1999 - 2007
Table 11: Casualties by gender and age, 1999 - 2007