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2 prepared by NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Bismarck, North Dakota dot.nd.gov DIRECTOR Grant Levi, P.E. DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR DRIVER AND VEHICLE SERVICES Mark Nelson SAFETY DIVISION Karin Mongeon, Director Chad Ihla, Manager, Data Analysis Section Lynn Heinert, Traffic Records Manager SFY914

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction...1 Executive Summary Crash Clock...3 ND 213 Fast Facts...4 Crash Maps Section 1: Synopsis ND ities...7 ND ity Rate vs. National ity Rate...8 People, Drivers, and Vehicles...9 Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Injured Persons and ities...12 by Harmful Events Violations...15 by Agency and Severity...16 / on Rural and Urban Roadways...17 Road Surface and Weather...18 Light Conditions...18 by Manner of Collision...19 Contributing Factors...2 Vehicle Type by County...23 by County (maps) by Major Cities and Population...26 Crash Involvement by Age and Sex ND/Out-of-State Driver Involvement...31 Holiday ities...32 by Month by Day of Week...35 by Time of Day...36 Work Zone...37 Section 2: Occupant Protection Seat Belt Use...39 Restraint System Use by Vehicle Body Type...4 Ejection...41 Restraint Usage

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 3: Alcohol-Related AC Level of ities...45 by Month...46 by Day...47 by Time of Day...48 by Age...49 by County...5 Type of Vehicle...51 DUI Arrests Blood and Breath Alcohol Tests Section 4: Speed-Related...57 by Month...58 by Day...59 by Time of Day...6 Too Fast for Conditions by Time of Day...61 by Age...62 by County...63 Section 5: Pedestrian & Pedalcycle Pedestrian...65 Pedestrian by Month...66 Pedestrian by Day...66 Pedestrian by Time of Day...67 Pedestrian by Age...68 Pedalcycle...69 Pedalcycle by Month...7 Pedalcycle by Day...7 Pedalcycle by Time of Day...71 Pedalcycle by Age...72 Section 6: Motorcycle & OHV Motorcycle Trends Motorcycle by Month...75 Motorcycle by Day...76 Motorcycle by Time of Day...77 Motorcycle by Age...78 Motorcycle by Gender and Helmet Use...79 Alcohol-Related Motorcycle...8 Motorcycle Safety Course...81

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS OHV...82 OHV by Month...83 OHV by Day...83 OHV by Time of Day...84 OHV by Age...84 Alcohol-Related OHV...84 Section 7: Teenage-Driver...85 by Month...86 by Day...87 by Time of Day...88 Contributing Factors...89 Section 8: Older-Driver...91 by Month...92 by Day...93 by Time of Day...94 Contributing Factors...95 Glossary

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7 INTRODUCTION Purpose: Crash Data: Other Data: Private Property : : Fact Sheets: Prepared By: The North Dakota Crash Summary, produced annually by the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT), Safety Division, identifies and describes the trends and effects of traffic crashes in North Dakota. The statistics within the North Dakota Crash Summary describe factors that contribute to the occurrence of crashes, crash-related injuries and fatalities. This summary is designed to heighten awareness about traffic safety by allowing safety program specialists, public health personnel, and other interested individuals to identify areas where programs may be focused in an effort to reduce traffic-related injuries and fatalities. The data for this summary is derived from North Dakota crash reports. These reports are completed by law enforcement officers throughout the state who collect data from crash scenes on public roadways. Information is collected when a crash involves fatalities, injuries, or at least $1, property damage. Crash reports are forwarded to NDDOT for central collection. The crash report data is entered into the Crash Reporting System (CRS) and is available for data review. Data from the Office of the Attorney General, State Toxicologist, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol is also included. Private property crashes and non-traffic crashes are not included in this summary. Additional information is collected on fatal crashes and compiled into a separate database, the ity Analysis Reporting System (FARS). This data base is maintained by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In order to provide information at a glance, the North Dakota 213 Fast Facts is included in the introduction section. Fast Facts provides an overview of the Crash Summary and is useful when presenting information to others. This report was prepared by the North Dakota Department of Transportation, Safety Division. For more information, please contact: North Dakota Department of Transportation Safety Division 68 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, North Dakota Available At: The summary is available on the internet at dot.nd.gov. North Dakota Crash Summary 213 1

8 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY NORTH DAKOTA TRAFFIC DEATHS DECREASE IN people died on North Dakota roads in 213, 22 fewer than in 212. NDDOT focuses its safety efforts on: Statewide and local traffic safety programs that have increased awareness of traffic safety issues. High visibility enforcement campaigns (high volume multi-media in conjunction with increased, targeted law enforcement) specific to driver behavior (impaired driving and seat belt use). Improved engineering of roadway infrastructure. Seat belt use in North Dakota ranks below the national average. The national average in 213, as reported by the National Occupant Protection Use Survey, was 87 percent, while North Dakota s rate was 77.7 percent. This rate decreased from 8.9 in 212. As improvements are made the challenges continue and traffic safety must continue to be a top priority in North Dakota. In 213: percent of motor vehicle fatal crashes involved alcohol, compared to percent in percent of individuals killed in motor vehicle crashes were not wearing seat belts, compared to 66.7 percent in percent of fatal motor vehicle crashes were speed related/driving too fast for conditions, an increase from 212. This 213 North Dakota Crash Summary contains further details regarding motor vehicle crashes in North Dakota. This document exists to help various traffic safety partners advance motor vehicle safety on a statewide basis. Traffic safety partners include: law enforcement agencies, judicial personnel, legislators, news media, research analysts, health care providers, insurance companies, businesses, students, and others involved in traffic safety activities. Crash statistics are a critical element of traffic safety programming. It is only through careful analysis of crashes that we learn about their causes, and develop corresponding solutions through legislation, law enforcement, safety programs, and highway improvements. As a partner in the highway safety community, your efforts help NDDOT to accomplish its mission to safely move people and goods, making North Dakota a safer place to live, work, and play. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Gratitude is extended to all law enforcement personnel at the city, county, and state levels who provide the accurate crash reports from which these statistics are obtained. Their efforts make this report a reliable source of information. 2 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

9 213 NORTH DAKOTA CRASH CLOCK 213 North Dakota Crash Clock ¾ One traffic crash occurred every 27 minutes ¾ One person was injured every 1.6 hours ¾ One person died in a crash every 2.5 days ¾ One unbelted occupant in a passenger car or pickup died every 5.2 days ¾ One motorcyclist was in a crash every 1.6 days ¾ One speed-related crash occurred every 4.3 hours ¾ One teenage-driver crash occurred every 2.6 hours ¾ One alcohol-related crash occurred every 8.6 hours ¾ One pedestrian was involved in a crash every 4.2 days ¾ One pedalcycle was involved in a crash every 3.9 days ¾ One crash occurred in a roadway under construction every 1.5 days North Dakota Crash Summary 213 3

10 ND 213 FAST FACTS ¾ 133 fatal crashes ¾ 148 persons killed in traffic crashes ¾ 5,374 persons injured in traffic crashes ¾ 18,977 traffic crashes ¾ 52,83 licensed drivers In 213 North Dakota had... ¾ 84,332 registered passenger vehicles, motorcycles and trucks ¾ 1,99,747, total vehicle miles traveled (VMT) within the state ¾ The highest percentage of crashes occurred on Mondays ¾ 248 crashes occurred in work zones ¾ A seat belt use rate of 77.7 percent ¾ 78 of 135 fatalities were not wearing a seat belt when seat belts were applicable ¾ 64 of the 133 fatal crashes were alcohol related ¾ 37.6 percent of fatal crashes were speed or too fast for conditions related ¾ Two pedestrians were killed in motor vehicle crashes ¾ 713 pedalcycle-related crashes ¾ 63,453 licensed motorcycle drivers ¾ 38,17 licensed motorcycles ¾ 239 motorcycle related crashes ¾ Teen drivers account for 5.54 percent of drivers and were involved in 18.2 percent of the crashes ¾ Older drivers account for 17 percent of drivers and were involved in 13.7 percent of the crashes 4 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

11 ND 213 FAST FACTS FATAL CRASHES 213 GOLVA 23 USC 49 Documents GRENORA WILLISTON GOLDEN VALLEY SENTINEL BUTTE FORTUNA RHAME SLOPE BOWMAN ALEXANDER DIVIDE AMBROSE ALAMO WILLIAMS SPRING BROOK MCKENZIE BILLINGS BELFIELD SCRANTON WILDROSE EPPING RAY REEDER GASCOYNE NOONAN TIOGA LARSON BUCYRUS PORTAL SHERWOOD ST JOHN ANTLER HANNAH HANSBORO WALHALLA COLUMBUS FLAXTON SARLES WALES WESTHOPE LANDA SOURIS LORAINE BELCOURT LIGNITE TOWNER CALVIN RENVILLE BOTTINEAU CAVALIER DUNSEITH ROCKLAKE MOHALL BURKE MAXBASS ROLETTE NEWBURG GARDENA PERTH KENMARE TOLLEY KRAMER MUNICH OSNABROCK RUSSELL OVERLY ROLETTE LANSFORD CALIO LOMA MYLO BISBEE EGELAND ALSEN GRANO MILTON UPHAM WILLOW NEKOMA CITY HAMPDEN POWERS LAKE BANTRY FAIRDALE WOLFORD DONNYBROOK GLENBURN STARKWEATHER ADAMS CARPIO WHITE EARTH DEERING EDMORE PALERMO MAZA ROSS KNOX WALSH YORK LAWTON BURLINGTON LEEDS BERTHOLD GRANVILLE CHURCHS FERRY SURREY RAMSEY BROCKET DES LACS MOUNTRAIL BRINSMADE MCHENRY BALTA WARD MINOT DEVILS LAKE BENSON KARLSRUHE PIERCE CRARY VELVA PLAZA SAWYER VOLTAIRE BERGEN ESMOND MICHIGAN MADDOCK NEW TOWN PARSHALL MAKOTI DRAKE BALFOUR NELSON ANAMOOSE RYDER OBERON DOUGLAS WARWICK RUSO KIEF BUTTE TOLNA MARTIN SHEYENNE MAX MC VILLE HARVEY HAMBERG PEKIN ANETA GARRISON EDDY MCLEAN SHERIDAN WELLS COLEHARBOR BINFORD MC HENRY CATHAY GRACE CITY PICK CITY RIVERDALE MERCER GOODRICH FOSTER TURTLE LAKE BOWDON DUNN GLENFIELD UNDERWOOD SYKESTON KILLDEER HURDSFIELD DUNN CENTER HALLIDAY GRIGGS MERCER DODGE HAZEN HANNAFORD KENSAL GOLDEN VALLEY ZAP BEULAH COURTENAY DAZEY PINGREE REGAN WIMBLEDON WING TUTTLE ROBINSON WILTON WOODWORTH LEAL PETTIBONE ROGERS OLIVER BUCHANAN SPIRITWOOD LAKE SANBORN BURLEIGH KIDDER STUTSMAN TAYLOR HEBRON RICHARDTON MEDINA CLEVELAND BISMARCK JAMESTOWN GLADSTONE TAPPEN BARNES DAWSON NEW SALEM STARK GLEN ULLIN MANDAN ALMONT LINCOLN MONTPELIER MORTON LITCHVILLE STREETER GACKLE MARION BRADDOCK DICKEY JUD HETTINGER REGENT HAZELTON LAMOURE FLASHER LOGAN EDGELEY BERLIN VERONA ELGIN NEW LEIPZIG LEITH SOLEN FREDONIA KULM WISHEK LEHR GRANT FULLERTON EMMONS STRASBURG MONANGO MCINTOSH OAKES DICKEY ADAMS SIOUX SELFRIDGE HAGUE ZEELAND VENTURIA FORBES HAYNES ARNEGARD BENEDICT DICKINSON SOUTH HEART NEW ENGLAND LANKIN LUDDEN PETERSBURG SHARON LUVERNE SIBLEY ORISKA KATHRYN MOUNTAIN CRYSTAL EDINBURG PILLSBURY VALLEY CITY PEMBINA PARK RIVER NOME PISEK CONWAY NIAGARA FORDVILLE FORT RANSOM INKSTER ELLIOTT HOPE FINGAL COGSWELL NECHE HENSEL HOOPLE GWINNER ST THOMAS GRAND FORKS LARIMORE NORTHWOOD STEELE TOWER CITY SARGENT FOREST RIVER PAGE ALICE ENDERLIN BATHGATE HAMILTON GILBY CLIFFORD AYR RANSOM MILNOR HAVANA MINTO HATTON PORTLAND BUFFALO CAYUGA GRAFTON ARDOCH MANVEL EMERADO GALESBURG SHELDON LEONARD RUTLAND PEMBINA DRAYTON THOMPSON REYNOLDS BUXTON TRAILL MAYVILLE CASS CASSELTON WYNDMERE HUNTER ARTHUR AMENIA MAPLETON GRAND FORKS WEST FARGO HORACE KINDRED GRANDIN REILE'S ACRES DAVENPORT WALCOTT GARDNER CHRISTINE COLFAX BARNEY MANTADOR ARGUSVILLE HARWOOD RICHLAND MOORETON NORTH RIVER FARGO PRAIRIE ROSE FRONTIER BRIARWOOD OXBOW DWIGHT LIDGERWOOD HANKINSON 213 ities Single Multiple GREAT BEND FAIRMOUNT ABERCROMBIE WAHPETON STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA PREPARED BY THE NDDOT Reserves All Objections NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & PROGRAMMING DIVISION IN COOPERATION WITH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION 2/3/214 F:\Safety\Ihla,Chad\ity Crash Maps FARS North Dakota Crash Summary 213 5

12 6 North Dakota Crash Summary 213 ND 213 FAST FACTS RAY AYR MAX ZAP LEHR KULM WING PAGE HOPE YORK KNOX NOME LEAL LOMA MAZA MYLO KIEF ROSS RUSO RHAME OAKES HAGUE ELGIN DAZEY ANETA PEKIN DODGE GOLVA TIOGA LEEDS ALICE OXBOW TOLNA GILBY PISEK MINTO ADAMS NECHE CRARY ALSEN WALES CALIO PERTH UPHAM LANDA BALTA BUTTE DRAKE VELVA REGAN SOLEN LEITH GRANO ALAMO RYDER PLAZA HAZEN MILNOR HAVANA LUDDEN VERONA GACKLE WISHEK WILTON DAWSON TUTTLE ORISKA SIBLEY HUNTER ARTHUR AMENIA HATTON MANVEL SAWYER EDMORE CALVIN PORTAL BEULAH REGENT NOONAN BISBEE ALMONT HEBRON BERLIN DICKEY CAYUGA BARNEY DWIGHT COLFAX MARION FINGAL HORACE BUXTON ROGERS KENSAL SHARON HOOPLE ARDOCH CONWAY LANKIN MILTON OBERON LAWTON NEKOMA HANNAH MUNICH SARLES OVERLY BANTRY KRAMER SOURIS ESMOND SURREY BOWDON CATHAY HARVEY MARTIN BERGEN MERCER CARPIO FORBES MEDINA TAPPEN ANTLER TOLLEY MOHALL LARSON EPPING MAKOTI TAYLOR HAYNES REEDER HENSEL GWINNER MONANGO EDGELEY FLASHER LEONARD HARWOOD BUFFALO EMERADO NIAGARA INKSTER BINFORD DRAYTON KENMARE GRENORA FORTUNA PINGREE RUTLAND WALCOTT ELLIOTT SHELDON KATHRYN KINDRED SANBORN LUVERNE GARDNER GRANDIN CRYSTAL PEMBINA WARWICK HAMBERG MADDOCK BROCKET HAMPDEN EGELAND ROLETTE ST JOHN WOLFORD DEERING NEWBURG GARDENA BALFOUR PALERMO ZEELAND LINCOLN LORAINE MAXBASS AMBROSE LIGNITE FLAXTON DOUGLAS BUCYRUS RUSSELL WYNDMERE FREDONIA HAZELTON ROBINSON FRONTIER MAYVILLE LARIMORE MC VILLE MC HENRY SHEYENNE WALHALLA DUNSEITH SHERWOOD HALLIDAY BELFIELD GASCOYNE SCRANTON ENDERLIN BUCHANAN MICHIGAN COGSWELL MANTADOR MOORETON MAPLETON REYNOLDS CLIFFORD PORTLAND THOMPSON EDINBURG FAIRDALE MOUNTAIN HAMILTON BATHGATE ROCKLAKE HANSBORO BELCOURT GLENBURN SYKESTON ANAMOOSE VOLTAIRE GOODRICH GARRISON DES LACS BERTHOLD VENTURIA STREETER BRADDOCK WESTHOPE LANSFORD COLUMBUS WILDROSE ARNEGARD BENEDICT PARSHALL NEW TOWN KILLDEER HANKINSON SELFRIDGE COURTENAY WIMBLEDON PILLSBURY ALEXANDER NEW SALEM FULLERTON FAIRMOUNT CHRISTINE DAVENPORT BRIARWOOD CASSELTON HANNAFORD GALESBURG NORTHWOOD FORDVILLE ST THOMAS OSNABROCK GLENFIELD BRINSMADE KARLSRUHE GRANVILLE WOODWORTH PETTIBONE PICK CITY RIVERDALE CLEVELAND STRASBURG UNDERWOOD GLADSTONE LIDGERWOOD GLEN ULLIN ARGUSVILLE TOWER CITY PETERSBURG HURDSFIELD MONTPELIER GREAT BEND LITCHVILLE PARK RIVER COLEHARBOR DONNYBROOK BURLINGTON RICHARDTON NEW LEIPZIG ABERCROMBIE FORT RANSOM NORTH RIVER WILLOW CITY POWERS LAKE WHITE EARTH TURTLE LAKE DUNN CENTER SOUTH HEART NEW ENGLAND PRAIRIE ROSE FOREST RIVER STARKWEATHER SPRING BROOK REILE'S ACRES CHURCHS FERRY GOLDEN VALLEY SENTINEL BUTTE SPIRITWOOD LAKE GRACE CITY JUD FARGO MINOT MANDAN GRAFTON BISMARCK WAHPETON JAMESTOWN DICKINSON WILLISTON WEST FARGO VALLEY CITY GRAND FORKS DEVILS LAKE DUNN WARD CASS MCLEAN MCKENZIE GRANT MORTON WILLIAMS STARK STUTSMAN WELLS MCHENRY KIDDER BARNES SLOPE MOUNTRAIL DIVIDE WALSH BURLEIGH SIOUX BURKE BENSON CAVALIER BOTTINEAU TRAILL EMMONS PIERCE DICKEY RICHLAND BILLINGS LOGAN MERCER RAMSEY NELSON ADAMS TOWNER BOWMAN ROLETTE PEMBINA EDDY OLIVER HETTINGER LAMOURE GRAND FORKS STEELE RENVILLE SHERIDAN MCINTOSH SARGENT GRIGGS RANSOM FOSTER GOLDEN VALLEY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION IN COOPERATION WITH THE NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & PROGRAMMING DIVISION PREPARED BY THE NORTH DAKOTA STATE OF 2/3/214 F:\Safety\Ihla,Chad\ity Crash Maps FARS FATAL CRASHES ities 29 ities Single Multiple 23 USC 49 Documents NDDOT Reserves All Objections 21 ities Single Multiple 211 ities Multiple Single 212 ities Single Multiple Single Multiple

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14 SYNOPSIS ND Traffic ities : End of Vietnam War : Korean War : End of World War II Gas Rationing 1932: The Great Depression North Dakota Crash Summary 213 7

15 SYNOPSIS ND ity Rate vs. National ity Rate Year ND ities ND ity Rate National ities* National ity Rate** , , , , , , , , , , * Source: ity Analysis Reporting System ** Rate is based on fatalities per 1 million vehicle miles traveled. 213 national fatality numbers are based on National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates. 2.5 ND vs National ity Rate Rate 213 Year ND ity Rate National ity Rate** There were 148 people who died on North Dakota roadways in 213. This is a decrease of 12.9 percent from 212 and the same number as in 211. The fatality rate per 1 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) was 1.47 in North Dakota, compared to 1.7 fatalities per 1 million VMT in North Dakota in 212. The national rate was estimated at 1.11 fatalities per 1 million VMT in 213. The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has strong partnerships throughout the state to promote traffic safety. The NDDOT provides grants to traffic safety partners, including law enforcement, to assure traffic safety enforcement, public information and education, and other strategies are implemented throughout the state to move toward zero motor vehicle fatalities on North Dakota roadways. 8 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

16 People, Drivers, and Vehicles SYNOPSIS Year Population Licensed Drivers Registered Vehicles* ,33 462, , , ,73 738, ,771 47,17 784, ,22 472, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,628 59, , ,393 52,83 84,332 * Only includes passenger, motorcycles, and trucks. Population numbers were adjusted according to the latest population estimate released by the ND State Data Center in April 21. Licensed Drivers Licensed Drivers Registered Vehicles 53, 52, 51, 5, 49, 48, 47, 46, 45, 44, 43, 1,, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, The number of licensed drivers increased by 23,765 between 212 and 213. The number of registered vehicles (passenger, motorcycles and trucks) has decreased from 212 to 213. North Dakota Crash Summary 213 9

17 SYNOPSIS Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Billions of Miles This represents the vehicle miles traveled on North Dakota roadways. In 213, there were 1.1 billion vehicle miles traveled in North Dakota. 1 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

18 SYNOPSIS Year Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) # Rate per 1 Million VMT # Rate per 1 Million VMT # Rate per 1 Million VMT # Rate per 1 Million VMT 24 7,439,, , , , ,442,, , , , ,664,15, , , , ,662,744, , , , ,67,797, , , , ,942,961, , , , ,32,566, , , , ,166,286, , , , ,92,942, , , , ,99,747, , , , Total 83,42,148, 1, , , , Property Damage Only (PDO) Total Crash Rates Per 1 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled Crash Rates Per 1 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled Rate per 1 Million VMT Rate per 1 Million VMT Year Year There were 18,976 traffic crashes reported in 213, a rate of per 1 million VMT. There were 133 fatal crashes in 213, a rate of 1.32 per 1 million VMT. North Dakota Crash Summary

19 SYNOPSIS Year Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Injured Persons and ities # ities Rate per 1 Million VMT # Injured Rate per 1 Million VMT 24 7,439,, , ,442,, , ,664,15, , ,662,744, , ,67,797, , ,942,961, , ,32,566, , ,166,286, , ,92,942, , ,99,747, , Total 83,42,148, 1, , ities ity Rates Per 1 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled Number of ities Rate Per 1 Million VMT Year Year Injuries Injured Person Rates Per 1 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled Number of Injuries 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 4,611 4,36 4,141 4,18 4,247 4,462 4,682 5,22 5,319 5, Year Year In 213, there was a decrease in the fatality rate per 1 million VMT to 1.47 and an increase in injuries to per 1 million VMT. 12 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

20 Event SYNOPSIS All Urban Rural Urban Rural Urban Rural MV in Transport ,815 1,1 16,66 3,728 Bridge Rail Bridge Overhead Structure 2 7 Bridge Parapet End 2 Bridge/Pier/Abutment Cargo Loss or Shift Concrete Traffic Barrier Culvert Curb Deer* Ditch Downhill Runaway Embankment Farm Animal 6 23 Fell/Jumped from Vehicle Fence Fire/Explosion Guardrail End Guardrail Face Highway Traffic Sign Post Immersion Impact Attenuator 26 Jackknife Luminaire/Light Support Mail Box 15 9 MV Trans in Other Rdwy Other Fixed Object Other Large Game 3 5 Other Non-Collision Other Object (Not Fixed) Other Post/Pole/Support Other Traffic Barrier Overhead Sign Support 2 1 Overturn/Rollover ,359 Parked MV Pedalcycle Pedestrian Ran Off Roadway Separation of Units Small Animal 3 Thrown/Falling Object Traffic Signal Support Train Tree Utility Post Work Zone/Maintenance Total ,388 2,4 18,931 7,56 * Discontinued reporting deer crashes on August 1, by Most Harmful Event The majority of crashes by first harmful event are attributed to striking another motor vehicle in transport. North Dakota Crash Summary

21 SYNOPSIS Event All Urban Rural Urban Rural Urban Rural MV in Transport , ,685 3,113 Bridge Overhead Structure 2 7 Bridge Parapet End 2 Bridge Rail Bridge/Pier/Abutment Cargo Loss or Shift Concrete Traffic Barrier Culvert Curb Deer* ,197 Ditch Downhill Runaway Embankment Farm Animal 9 12 Fell/Jumped From Vehicle Fence Fire/Explosion Guardrail End Guardrail Face Highway Traffic Sign Post Immersion Impact Attenuator 8 Jackknife Luminaire/Light Support Mail Box MV in Transport Other Roadway Other Fixed Object Other Large Game Other Non-Collision Other Object (Not Fixed) Other Post/Pole/Support Other Traffic Barrier Overhead Sign Support 4 1 Overturn/Rollover Parked Motor Vehicle Pedalcycle Pedestrian Ran Off Roadway Separation of Units Small Animal Thrown/Falling Object Traffic Signal Support Train Tree Utility Post Work Zone/Maintenance Total ,641 11,58 7,315 * Discontinued reporting deer crashes on August 1, North Dakota Crash Summary by First Harmful Event The vast majority of crashes are attributed to striking another motor vehicle in transport. However, a great number of rural fatal crashes also include overturning or vehicle rollover.

22 SYNOPSIS 213 Reported Citations Issued to Drivers Involved in Traffic Citation / Circumstance All Urban Rural Total Urban Rural Total Urban Rural Total DUI /APC (Alcohol) DUI/APC (Drugs) Care Required ,981 1,314 3,295 Careless Driving Failed to Yield , ,763 Failed to Stop Following Too Close , ,291 Improper Turning Improper Backing Overtaking Wrong Way Speeding Defective Equipment Illegal Parking Open Container 2 2 Driver License Offenses Left Crash Scene No Insurance Other , ,493 None ,529 1,27 3,799 11,99 5,46 17,45 Total ,259 2,285 6,544 19,982 8,388 28, percent of drivers involved in crashes were cited for a traffic violation. The leading cited violation was Care Required, accounting for 3 percent of the citations. Driving Under the Influence (DUI) had the greatest number of citations issued in fatal crashes. North Dakota Crash Summary

23 SYNOPSIS 213 by Reporting Agency and Severity Reporting Agency % of Total % of Total PDO % of Total Highway Patrol % % 2, % City Police % 2, % 9, % County Sheriff 4 3.% % 3, % BIA 4 3.% 3.1% 2.% Campus Police.% 17.4% 92.6% Park Ranger.% 1.%.% Military Police.%.%.% Total % 3,93 1.% 14,937 1.% The North Dakota Highway Patrol reported the highest number of fatal crashes with 85.7 percent. City police departments reported the highest number of Property Damage Only crashes with 61.4 percent and injury crashes with 56.1 percent. 16 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

24 SYNOPSIS Urban vs Rural Urban/Rural Crash Location (ND 213) ,619 All 7354 Urban Rural Urban/Rural Crash Location (ND 213) Urban Rural 2 15 In 213, 88.7 percent of fatal crashes occurred on rural roads. North Dakota Crash Summary

25 SYNOPSIS Weather Condition Dry Frost Ice/ Compacted Snow Mud Dirt Gravel Oil Sand Slush Snow Water, Standing or Moving Blowing Sand/Soil/Dirt Blowing Snow ,82 Clear/Cloudy 8, , ,798 Fog/Smoke/Dust Rain Severe Wind Sleet/Hail/Freezing Rain Snow ,166 Unknown Total 9, , , ,442 17,65 Weather Condition Dry Frost Ice/ Compacted Snow Mud Dirt Gravel Oil Sand Slush Snow Water, Standing or Moving Blowing Sand/Soil/Dirt Blowing Snow Clear/Cloudy 2, ,186 Fog/Smoke/Dust Rain Severe Wind Sleet/Hail/Freezing Rain Snow Unknown Total 2, ,93 Weather Condition Dry Frost 213 Road Surface and Weather Conditions (All ) 213 Road Surface and Weather Conditions ( ) 213 Road Surface and Weather Conditions ( ) Ice/ Compacted Snow Mud Dirt Gravel Oil Sand Slush Snow Water, Standing or Moving Blowing Sand/Soil/Dirt Blowing Snow 5 5 Clear/Cloudy Fog/Smoke/Dust Rain 8 8 Severe Wind Sleet/Hail/Freezing Rain 1 1 Snow Unknown Total by Light Conditions Wet Wet Wet Total Total Total Light Condition Total % % % Unknown % 21.54% 1.75% Daylight 12, % 2, % % Dawn % % % Dusk % % % Dark (Road Lighted) 2, % % % Dark (Road Unlighted) 2, % % % Total 18,973 1.% 3,93 1.% % 18 North Dakota Crash Summary 213

26 Manner of Collision 213 by Manner of Collision: Number of Persons Involved ities Incapacitating Non-Incapacitating Possible SYNOPSIS No Angle (Not Specific) ,799 7,495 Rear End ,62 1,946 12,326 Head On ,56 Animal w/mv ,462 1,511 Sideswipe (Same Direction) ,931 4,69 Sideswipe (Opposite Direction) Rear to Rear Non-Collision w/mv ,842 Angle Same Direction ,4 Angle Opposite Direction Right Angle ,128 4,926 Rear to Side Total ,578 3,278 38,592 44,114 Total The majority of fatalities (72) occur in non-collision type crashes. Non-collision type crashes also account for the greatest number of injuries (1,778). 213 by Manner of Collision: Number of Manner of Collision Total Single Vehicle Multiple Vehicle Total PDO Total PDO Total PDO Angle (Not Specific) 2, , , ,316 Rear End 4, , , ,425 Head On Sideswipe (Same Dir.) 1, ,333 1, ,333 Sideswipe (Opposite Dir.) Rear to Rear Non-Collision w/mv 5, ,416 3,695 4,154 1,243 2, Angle Same Direction Angle Opposite Direction Right Angle 1, , , ,267 Rear to Side Animal w/mv 1, ,433 1, , Total 18, ,91 14,943 5, ,31 4,415 13, ,61 1,522 The greatest number of crashes was non-collision with a motor vehicle crashes (3,695) and rear end crashes (3,425). The majority of fatal crashes were single vehicle crashes (51.1 percent). North Dakota Crash Summary

27 SYNOPSIS 213 Contributing Factors In Contributing Factor Alcohol/Drugs/Medication 76 Speed 36 Driving Left of Center 26 Over Correct/Steering 19 Improper Evasive Action 17 Failed to Yield 15 Fail to Keep in Proper Lane 15 Other 14 Too Fast for Conditions 14 Weather 9 Careless/Reckless Driving 9 Improper Overtaking 7 Disregard Traffic Signs 3 Vision Obstructed 3 Wrong Way 3 Attention Distracted ECD 3 Improper Turn 2 Following to Close 2 Defective Equipment 2 Attention Distracted - Outside Vehicle 2 Attention Distracted Inside Vehicle 1 Physical Obstruction 1 Ran Red Light 1 Animal in Roadway 1 Total 281 Law enforcement can record up to three contributing factors per vehicle per crash. 76 of the 133 fatal crashes in 213 had alcohol/ drugs/medication listed as a factor. 36 of the 133 fatal crashes in 213 listed speed as a contributing factor. 213 Contributing Factors In Animal in Roadway Ran Red Light Physical Obstruction Attention Distracted Inside Vehicle Attention Distracted - Outside Vehicle Defective Equipment Following to Close Improper Turn Attention Distracted ECD Wrong Way Vision Obstructed Disregard Traffic Signs Improper Overtaking Careless/Reckless Driving Weather Too Fast for Conditions Other Fail to Keep in Proper Lane Failed to Yield Improper Evasive Action Over Correct/Steering Driving Left of Center Speed Alcohol/Drugs/Medication North Dakota Crash Summary 213

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