Monday, November 28, 2016

NHTSA Traffic Fatalities/Safety Reports released

Example chart from the report. Image credit: NHTSA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released Traffic Safety Facts, one report each at the federal and state levels. At the federal level, there was a 7.7 percent increase in traffic fatalities between 2014 and 2015. The number topped 35,200 people, which is below the  record set in 2008. Of the 10 USDOT regions, Region 8 (Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota) increased by seven percent; this is the fourth lowest increase. Additional State Traffic Data was released for 2014. Information in this result breaks down the data into fatality rates, percent changes, alcohol involvement, speed-related crashes, passenger vehicle occupant fatalities, motorcyclist fatalities by helmet use, and crashes by person type. Colorado had approximately 12.57 fatalities per 100,000 licensed drivers.

For more information, read the following reports:

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