1 Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics 2013 Collected in cooperation with the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators
2 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of Transport, Cette publication est aussi disponible en français sous le titre Statistiques sur les collisions de la route au Canada Catalogue No.: T45-3/2010E-PDF ISBN: To request permission to reproduce materials from this publication for commercial purposes, please complete the following web form: Or contact: To find out more about national road safety programs or initiatives, call Transport Canada toll free at or us at You can also visit our web site at or the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators web site at More detailed motor vehicle collision data can be queried using the National Collision Database (NCDB) On-Line tool located at INTRODUCTION Transport Canada s National Collision Database (NCDB) contains data on all reportable motor vehicle collisions in Canada that the provinces and territories provide each year. The federal, provincial and territorial governments in Canada work to improve road safety to reduce the number of fatalities and serious injuries and to have the safest roads in the world. The year 2013 saw a decrease in the number of fatalities, serious injuries, and total injuries; in fact, 2013 marked the lowest counts for all three of these casualty groups since these data were first collected by Transport Canada in the early 1970 s. In 2013, the number of motor vehicle fatalities was 1,923; down 7.4% from 2012 (2,076). The downward trend for serious injuries continued, dropping to 10,315 in 2013; down 7.2% from 2012 (11,116). The rate of the number of fatalities per 100,000 population was 5.5 in 2013, down from 6.0 in marked the first time that the fatality rate per 10,000 registered vehicles (of 0.83) was below 0.9.
3 COLLISIONS AND CASUALTIES FATALITIES AND INJURIES BY AGE GROUP 2013 YEAR FATAL 1 COLLISIONS VICTIMS PERSONAL INJURY 2 FATALITIES 3 SERIOUS INJURIES 4 INJURIES 5 (TOTAL) , ,635 3,230 21, , , ,014 3,313 20, , , ,944 3,129 18, , , ,549 3,076 17, , , ,615 2,919 16, , , ,683 2,980 16, , , ,290 2,904 15, , , ,023 2,758 15, , , ,832 2,921 15, , , ,493 2,777 15, , , ,150 2,735 15, , , ,559 2,898 15, , , ,517 2,871 16,044 r 199, , ,615 2,753 14,410 r 192, ,193 r 127,571 r 2,431 12,851 r 176,394 r ,007 r 123,449 r 2,216 11,955 r 170,770 r ,021 r 123,615 r 2,238 11,796 r 172,081 r ,849 r 122,349 r 2,023 10,940 r 167,740 r ,844 r 122,950 r 2,076 r 11,116 r 166,872 r , ,660 1,923 10, , Fatal collisions include all reported motor vehicle crashes that resulted in at least one death, where death occurred within 30 days of the collision, except in Quebec before 2007 (eight days). 2. Personal injury collisions include all reported motor vehicle crashes which resulted in at least one injury but not death within 30 days of the collision, except in Quebec before 2007 (eight days). 3. Fatalities include all those who died as a result of a reported traffic collision within 30 days of its occurrence, except in Quebec before 2007 (eight days). 4. Serious Injuries include persons admitted to hospital for treatment or observation. Serious injuries were estimated from 1994 to 2013 because several jurisdictions under-reported these numbers. 5. Total Injuries include all reported severities of injuries ranging from minimal to serious. r Revised. AGE GROUP (YRS) FATALITIES SERIOUS INJURIES INJURIES (TOTAL) , , ,028 15, ,312 20, ,757 30, ,502 25, ,577 26, ,161 18, ,295 16,054 NOT STATED ,070 TOTAL 1,923 10, ,306 FATALITIES BY ROAD USER CLASS ROAD USER CLASS # DRIVERS 1,155 1,131 1,022 1,051 r 964 % DRIVERS # PASSENGERS r 438 r 348 % PASSENGERS r 21.1 r 18.1 # PEDESTRIANS % PEDESTRIANS # BICYCLISTS % BICYCLISTS # MOTORCYCLISTS* % MOTORCYCLISTS # NOT STATED/OTHER r 39 r 51 % NOT STATED/OTHER r # TOTAL 2,216 2,238 2,023 2,076 r 1,923 % TOTAL * Includes moped riders. r Revised.
4 FATALITIES CASUALTY RATES 2013 PER 100,000 POPULATION 1 PER BILLION PER 100,000 VEHICLE- LICENSED DRIVERS KILOMETRES r 2012r2013 FATALITIES (THOUSANDS OF PERSONS) FATALITY RATE (PER 10,000 MOTOR VEHICLES REGISTERED) FATALITIES INJURIES FATALITIES INJURIES FATALITIES INJURIES CANADA NL PE ,129.9 NS NB QC ON MB ,302.8 SK AB BC YT NT NU , Statistics Canada, Annual Demographic Estimates: Canada, Provinces and Territories, 2014, Catalogue No X. 2. Statistics Canada, Canadian Vehicle Survey, Catalogue No XIE. Notes: Vehicle kilometres travelled data were not available for 2013 so they were estimated using average yearly change for the years Data for Ontario are preliminary for Data for Newfoundland and New Brunswick were estimated. Recent changes in how traffic accident reports are collected in Manitoba resulted in an increased number of injuries of a minimal nature being captured in 2013.
5 PERCENTAGE OF DRIVER AND PASSENGER FATALITIES AND SERIOUS INJURIES BY AGE GROUP 2013 LICENSED DRIVERS AND MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS BY TYPE OF VEHICLE (IN THOUSANDS) FATALITIES SERIOUS INJURIES LICENSED DRIVERS 1 LIGHT-DUTY VEHICLES 2 COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 3 MOTOR- CYCLES 4 AGE GROUP (YRS) DRIVERS PASSENGERS DRIVERS PASSENGERS NOT STATED TOTAL NUMBER OF LICENSED DRIVERS BY GENDER AND BY AGE 2013 AGE GROUP (YRS) MALES FEMALES TOTAL <16 24,659 19,568 44, , ,748 1,167, ,007, ,323 1,944, ,142,130 2,070,434 4,212, ,178,038 2,115,199 4,293, ,484,619 2,366,327 4,850, ,148,799 2,020,100 4,168, ,103,656 1,843,804 3,947,460 NOT STATED TOTAL 12,699,130 11,930,503 24,629, ,243 13,131 3, ,327 13,192 3, ,964 13,251 3, ,148 13,515 3, ,744 13,887 3, ,934 16, ,593 16, ,879 17, ,163 17, ,436 17, ,673 17, ,937 18, ,278 18, ,606 19, ,972 19, ,198 19, ,541 20, ,831 20,608 1, ,147 20,652 1, ,630 21,262 1, Excludes temporary permits prior to Pre-1999, these registrations include passenger automobiles. From 1999, light-duty vehicles include passenger type vehicles (automobiles, passenger vans), light trucks and vans (less than kg). 3. Pre-1999, these registrations include trucks, buses and other commercial vehicles, such as vans. From 1999, these registrations include commercial vehicles (trucks and buses) greater than kg. 4. Includes mopeds. Source: 1994 to 1998: Statistics Canada, Catalogue No , Road Motor Vehicles - Registrations. From 1999, the motor vehicle registration data are from Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table From 1999 the licensed driver data were provided by each jurisdiction. Notes: A reduced level of police reporting in British Columbia in years 1996 through 2004 has affected the British Columbia totals and, to a lesser extent, national totals reported in this publication.
6 PERCENTAGE OF FATALITIES AND SERIOUS INJURIES BY ROAD USER CLASS 2013 ROAD USER CLASS FATALITIES SERIOUS INJURIES DRIVERS PASSENGERS PEDESTRIANS BICYCLISTS MOTORCYCLISTS* NOT STATED/OTHER TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF DRIVER AND PASSENGER FATALITIES AND SERIOUS INJURIES WHERE VICTIMS WERE NOT USING SEAT BELTS DRIVERS FATALITIES SERIOUS INJURIES PASSENGERS FATALITIES SERIOUS INJURIES Note: Serious Injuries include victims admitted to hospital for treatment or observation. * Includes moped riders. NUMBER OF COLLISIONS BY LOCATION 2013 LOCATION FATAL PERSONAL INJURY URBAN ,015 RURAL ,767 NOT STATED 23 1,878 TOTAL 1, , Urban includes: (a) metropolitan roads and streets and other urban areas, or (b) a speed limit at the collision site of 60 km/h or less. 2. Rural includes: (a) primary or secondary highways, as well as local roads, or (b) a speed limit at the collision site exceeding 60 km/h. Note: In Alberta, New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, urban includes any area within the corporate boundaries of a city, town, village or hamlet. Rural includes any area outside of what is defined as urban.
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