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Statistical Bulletin Transport Series: Trn / 2013 / 1: Key Reported Road Casualties Scotland 2012

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A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

ISBN 978 1 908181 88 6 (Web only publication)
ISSN 1351 3869

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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 2020
9. Accidents and Casualties by Police Force and Local Authority area
10. Source and definitions
Scottish Government Statistician Group
Correspondence and enquiries

Figure 1: Killed from 1950 - 2012
Figure 2: Killed & seriously injured casualties and seriously injured casualties, 1950 - 2012
Figure 3: All casualties and slightly injured casualties, 1950 - 2012
Figure 4: Progress towards the 2020 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: People killed by mode of transport
Table 6: People seriously injured by mode of transport
Table 7: Children killed by mode of transport
Table 8: Children seriously injured by mode of transport
Table 9: Slight casualties by mode of transport
Table 10: Accidents by police force division, council and severity
Table 11: Casualties by police force division, council and severity
Table 11a and b: Accidents and Casualties by former police force and severity
Table 12: Casualties by gender, severity and age, 2003 - 2012

 

Publication Date: 
Tue 25/Jun/2013
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