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1038. Motor Vehicle Occupants and Non-Occupants Killed and Injured

[Vehicle occupants accounted for almost 84 percent of traffic fatalities in 1995. The remaining 16 percent were pedestrians, pedalcyclists, and other non-occupants]

 
Occupants Non-occupants
Year Total
Passenger Light Large Motor- Other/ Ped- Pedal-
Total cars trucks trucks cycles Buses unknown Total estrian cyclist Other
 
KILLED
 
1985 43,825 36,043 23,212 6,689 977 4,564 57 544 7,782 6,808 890 84
1986 46,087 38,234 24,944 7,317 926 4,566 39 442 7,853 6,779 941 133
1987 46,390 38,565 25,132 8,058 852 4,036 51 436 7,825 6,745 948 132
1988 47,087 39,170 25,808 8,306 911 3,662 54 429 7,917 6,870 911 136
1989 45,582 38,087 25,063 8,551 858 3,141 50 424 7,495 6,556 832 107
1990 44,599 37,134 24,092 8,601 705 3,244 32 460 7,465 6,482 859 124
1991 41,508 34,740 22,385 8,391 661 2,806 31 466 6,768 5,801 843 124
1992 39,250 32,880 21,387 8,098 585 2,395 28 387 6,370 5,549 723 98
1993 40,150 33,574 21,566 8,511 605 2,449 18 425 6,576 5,649 816 111
1994 40,716 34,318 21,997 8,904 670 2,320 18 409 6,398 5,489 802 107
1995 41,817 35,291 22,423 9,568 648 2,227 33 392 6,526 5,584 833 109
1996 41,907 35,581 22,416 9,901 621 2,160 21 462 6,326 5,412 761 153
1997 42,013 35,725 22,199 10,249 723 2,116 18 420 6,288 5,321 814 153
1998 41,471 35,359 21,164 10,647 728 2,284 36 500 6,112 5,220 761 131
 
INJURED (1,000)
 
1988 3,416 3,224 2,585 478 37 105 15 4 192 110 75 8
1989 3,284 3,088 2,431 511 43 83 15 5 196 112 73 11
1990 3,231 3,044 2,376 505 42 84 33 4 187 105 75 7
1991 3,097 2,931 2,235 563 28 80 21 4 166 88 67 11
1992 3,070 2,908 2,232 545 34 65 20 12 162 89 63 10
1993 3,125 2,958 2,257 590 32 58 17 4 166 93 65 9
1994 3,215 3,056 2,332 619 30 56 15 3 159 90 60 9
1995 3,386 3,232 2,416 709 30 55 18 4 154 84 61 9
1996 3,511 3,360 2,478 768 33 56 20 4 151 82 59 11
1997 3,348 3,201 2,341 755 31 53 17 6 131 77 58 11
1998 3,192 3,061 2,201 763 29 49 16 4 146 69 53 8


Source: U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety Facts, annual. http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/ncsa/factshet.html * Terms

Body Type

Detailed type of motor vehicle within a vehicle type.

Bus

Large motor vehicles used to carry more than ten passengers, including school buses, inter-city buses, and transit buses.

Combination Truck

A truck tractor not pulling a trailer; a tractor pulling at least one full or semi-trailer; or a single-unit truck pulling at least one trailer. Injury Severity

The police-reported injury severity of the person (i.e., occupant, pedestrian, or pedalcyclist). 1. Killed (Fatal) 2. Injured (Incapacitating injury, evident injury but not incapacitating, complaint of injury, or injured, severity unknown). 3. No injury.

Large Trucks

Trucks over 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating, including single unit trucks and truck tractors.

Light Trucks

Trucks of 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating or less, including pickups, vans, truck-based station wagons, and utility vehicles.

Motorcycle

A two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle designed to transport one or two people, including motorscooters, minibikes, and mopeds. Occupant

Any person who is in or upon a motor vehicle in transport. Includes the driver, passengers, and persons riding on the exterior of a motor vehicle.

Passenger

Any occupant of a motor vehicle who is not a driver.

Passenger Car

Motor vehicles used primarily for carrying passengers, including convertibles, sedans, and station wagons.

Pedalcyclist

A person on a vehicle that is powered solely by pedals.

Pedestrian

Any person not in or upon a motor vehicle or other vehicle. School Bus-Related Crash

Any crash in which a vehicle, regardless of body design, used as a school bus is directly or indirectly involved, such as a crash involving school children alighting from a vehicle.

Single-Unit Truck

A medium or heavy truck in which the engine, cab, drive train, and cargo area are all on one chassis.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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