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1 CRASH FACTS Oklahoma 2010

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3 2010 OKLAHOMA Crash Facts Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Highway Safety Office 3223 N. Lincoln Blvd. Okla. City, OK Telephone (405) Fax (405) Web Site: Data Web Site: August 2011 This publication is issued by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety as authorized by the Commissioner of Public Safety. The Oklahoma Department of Libraries has been notified of the posting of the 2010 Crash Fact Book to the Department of Public Safety web site:

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5 Table of Contents Introduction...7 Summary Oklahoma Background...11 Fatal Crash History...12 Quick Facts...13 Trends (Graphs) Fatality Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled...19 Vehicle Miles Traveled...19 Registered Vehicles...20 Licensed Drivers...20 Fatalities & Fatal Crashes...21 Injuries & Injury Crashes...21 Motorcyclist Fatalities...22 Statewide Crashes...22 Safety Belt Use Rates...23 Child Restraint Use Rates...23 Crashes by Month...24 Crashes by Day of Week...24 Crashes by State Quadrant...25 Fatalities & Safety Equipment Use...25 Oklahoma Traffic Statistics Miles of Highway Driver Licenses...29 Crash Rates by County...31 Fatality & Injury Rates by County...33 Citations Court Convictions Time Lines...36 Safety Equipment Statistics in Passenger Vehicles/Pickup Trucks...37 CRASHES Statewide Crashes...39 Statewide Crashes Alcohol Related Crashes...46 Alcohol Related Crashes Animal Involved Crashes

6 Table of Contents Animal Involved Crashes Deer Involved Crashes Failed to Yield Crashes...60 Failed to Yield Crashes Fatal Crashes...67 Large Truck Crashes...71 Large Truck Crashes Rollover Crashes...78 Rollover Crashes Train Involved Crashes...85 Train Involved Crashes Unsafe Speed Crashes...92 Unsafe Speed Crashes Work Zone Crashes...99 Work Zone Crashes PERSONS Persons in Statewide Crashes Fatalities & Injuries Persons in Alcohol Related Crashes Fatalities & Injuries Persons in Animal Involved Crashes Fatalities & Injuries Persons in Failed to Yield Crashes Fatalities & Injuries Fatalities Fatalities by County Fatalities Comparison Fatalities by Date Fatalities by Person Type, Age and Gender Fatalities by Vehicle Type & Person Type Fatalities by Person Condition & Person Type Fatalities by Age & Month Fatalities in Passenger Vehicle/Pickup Truck by Age, Persons Type & Restraints Fatalities All Persons in Fatal Crashes

7 Table of Contents Holiday Fatalities Persons in Large Truck Crashes Occupants of Large Trucks Occupants of Other Vehicles and occupants Fatalities & Injuries Persons in Rollover Crashes Occupants of Rolled Vehicle Occupants of rolled Vehicle Fatalities & Injuries in Rollover Crashes Persons in Train Crashes Fatalities & Injuries in Train Crashes Persons in Unsafe Speed Crashes Fatalities & Injuries in Unsafe Speed Crashes Persons in Work Zone Crashes Fatalities & Injuries in Work Zone Crashes DRIVERS Drivers in Statewide Crashes Driver Contributing Factors Driver Fatalities & Injuries All Drivers in Alcohol Related Crashes Driver Contributing Factor Fatalities & Injuries Alcohol Related Driver Condition in Crashes Driver Contributing Factor Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Animal Involved Crashes Driver Contributing Factor Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Failed to Yield Crashes Driver Contributing Factor Fatalities & Injuries All Drivers in Fatal Crashes Driver Contributing Factor Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Large Truck Crashes

8 Table of Contents Contributing Factor (All Drivers Involved) Contributing Factor (Drivers of Large Trucks) Contributing Factor (Drivers of Other Vehicles) Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Rollover Crashes All Drivers Involved by County Contributing Factor (All Drivers Involved) Drivers of Rolled Vehicles by County Contributing Factor (Drivers of Rolled Vehicle) Drivers of Vehicles That Did Not Roll Contributing Factors (Drivers of Vehicles That Did Not Roll) Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Train Involved Crashes Driver Contributing Factors Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Unsafe Speed Crashes Driver Contributing Factors Fatalities & Injuries Drivers in Work Zone Crashes Driver Contributing Factors Fatalities & Injuries Motorcyclists School Bus Crashes Pedalcyclists Pedestrians Index

9 Introduction The purpose of this document is to provide a description of Oklahoma traffic crash, injury, and fatality data. This document is a resource for local transportation, law enforcement, health, and other agencies charged with the responsibility of coping with the increasing number and cost of traffic crashes. The revision of the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report in 2007 includes additional or modified data fields which collect additional data or improved data collection. The most noticeable changes include vehicles that roll, work zone collisions large truck crashes and driver contributing factors. Reporting Year: Fatalities: Agency: 2010 calendar year. On January 1, 2001, Oklahoma's reporting standards for fatalities were changed to meet national standards. Fatalities that occur within 30 days of a traffic crash are reported as fatalities. Reporting agencies include: Oklahoma Highway Patrol, city police, sheriff departments, game or park rangers, campus police, or other agencies. For the purpose of this document: = Oklahoma Highway Patrol = all reporting agencies except Statewide = all reporting agencies Alcohol Related: Contributing Factor: Crash Data: Exclusions: Intersection KABCO Scale: Beginning with 2007 crash data, additional data relating to alcohol has been added to the crash data. This additional data accounts for improved reporting of alcohol related fatalities and injuries. The additional information is from Officer s Affidavits, Medical Examiner Reports on fatalities and Board of Tests. Previously the cause of crash indicated the primary cause of the collision and it was not possible to determine individual driver actions and behaviors. With the 2007 revision of the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report form, the cause was replaced with a contributing factor for each driver which allows more in depth analyses. The Records Management Division of the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety maintains a database of crash records as reported by law enforcement agencies throughout Oklahoma. This database includes crashes resulting in injury, death or over $500 1 property damage. Crashes occurring on private or public property are not included in this database. Data elements included relate to information on vehicles, roadways, crash circumstances, drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists, and bicyclists involved in these crashes. The Department of Public Safety database is used with one exclusion: non traffic crashes. traffic crashes are those occurring on private property, deliberate acts, heart attacks, legal interventions, suicides, industrial crashes, drownings, boat crashes, incidents, and others. These crash records are kept in the DPS database but are not used for statistical purposes. Beginning with 2003, intersection crash data are obtained from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Traffic Engineering Division. This scale is used for classifying injury severity. The letters in this scale indicate the following injury severities: 1 Title , 2009 Edition. -7-

10 Introduction K = Fatal injuries A = injuries B = incapacitating injuries C = Possible injuries O = No injuries Fatal Injury Injury Injury Possible Injury No injury (K) Any injury that directly results in the death of a living person within 30 days of a motor vehicle crash. (A) Any injury, other than a fatal injury, which prevents the injured person from walking, driving or normally continuing the activities the person was capable of performing before the injury occurred. (B) Any injury other than a fatal injury or an incapacitating injury that is evident to observers at the scene. (C) Any injury reported or claimed which is not a fatal injury, incapacitating injury or nonincapacitating evident injury. (O) No personal injury. Every effort has been made to clearly document which injury severity classifications are included for each report. Large Truck: Persons: Rollover Crashes: Unsafe Speed: Work Zone Crashes: VMT: Large trucks include the following vehicle configurations as shown on the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report. Single Unit Truck 2 Axles, Single Unit Truck 3 or More Axles, Truck/Trailer, Truck Tractor/Semi Trailer, Truck Tractor/Double Trailers, Truck/Tractor/Triple Trailers and Truck more than 10,000 lbs. Cannot Classify. This replaces the previous year s sections about commercial vehicles. It also should be noted that all drivers involved in a crash are entered into the DPS database, whether injured or not. However, only injured passengers are entered into the database. The revision of the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report in 2007 includes an additional field on the form to indicate which vehicle rolled in a collision. This accounts for the increased reporting of vehicles that rolled in collisions. The revision of the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report in 2007 allows reporting of a contributing factor for each vehicle involved in a crash instead of a single cause of the crash. This accounts for the increased reporting of crashes involving unsafe speed. The revision of the Official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report in 2007 includes several additional fields on the form to collect information about collisions in a Work Zone. This accounts for the increased reporting of Work Zone collisions. Vehicle Miles Traveled. -8-

11 Summary % Change Average Crashes per Day % Statewide Mileage Death Rate (per 100 million VMT) Statewide Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 36,350 36, % Crashes 71,218 69, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 24,376 24, % Property Damage Only Crashes 46,196 44, % Alcohol Related Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 3,452 3, % Crashes 4,972 4, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 2,299 2, % Animal Involved Crashes Fatalities % Injuries % Crashes 1,252 1, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes % Failed to Yield Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 7,308 7, % Crashes 12,563 12, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 4,538 4, % Large Truck Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 1,746 1, % Crashes 4,309 4, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 1,230 1, % Rollover Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 3,890 3, % Crashes 3,956 3, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 2,501 2, % -9-

12 Summary % Change Train Involved Crashes Fatalities % Injuries % Crashes % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes % Unsafe Speed Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 6,926 6, % Crashes 10,597 9, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes 4,595 4, % Work Zone Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 962 1, % Crashes 1,653 2, % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes % Motorcyclists in Crashes Fatalities % Injuries 1,269 1, % School Bus Crashes Fatalities % Injuries % Crashes % Fatal Crashes % Injury Crashes % Pedalcyclists in Crashes Fatalities % Injuries % Pedestrians in Crashes Fatalities % Injuries % Seatbelt Use Rates Statewide 84.2% 85.9% Child Restraint 86.3% 85.5% -10-

13 Oklahoma Background Population (2010 Estimate) ,687,050 Square Miles ,919 Miles of Roadway ,866 Registered Vehicles ,882,026 Registered Automobiles ,877,797 Registered Motorcycles ,926 Licensed Drivers ,533,888 Vehicle Miles Traveled ,745,890,839 Population in Major Cities 10 Population Estimates 2010 Above 30,000 Oklahoma City ,999 Tulsa ,906 Norman ,925 Broken Arrow... 98,850 Lawton... 96,867 Edmond... 81,405 Moore... 55,081 Midwest City... 54,371 Enid... 49,379 Stillwater... 45,688 Muskogee... 39,223 Bartlesville... 35,750 2 Oklahoma Department of Commerce Population Estimates by Place. 3 Fun Oklahoma Facts/Quick Facts. August 2, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Planning Division, Current Planning Branch, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 5 Annual Vehicle Registration Report. July 1, 2009 June 30, Oklahoma Tax Commission, Motor Vehicle Division, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 6 Ibid. 7 Ibid. 8 Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. 9 Oklahoma Department of Transportation. Planning Division, Current Planning Branch, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 10 Oklahoma Department of Commerce Population Estimates by Place. -11-

14 Fatal Crash History Monday, July 12, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Nine people were killed in that 24 hour period. Five males and four females died in six crashes. Eight were drivers and one was a passenger. Left of center was the cause of one crash that killed three people. The cause of two crashes was an unknown improper action by driver. The causes of the other three crashes were left of center, alcohol DUI and unsafe vehicle. Seat belts were in use by one occupant, five were not wearing seat belts and seat belt use was unknown for three occupants. Friday, June 26, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Fourteen people were killed in that 24 hour period. Nine males and five females died in five crashes. Seven were passengers, five were drivers and two were motorcycle operators. Speed was the cause of two crashes that killed 11 people. The causes of the other three crashes were left of center, alcohol use, and driver inattention. Seat belts were in use by 10 occupants and two were not wearing seat belts. One motorcyclist was wearing a safety helmet and one was not. Sunday, March 9, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Eight people were killed in that 24 hour period. Five males and three females died in four crashes. Three were drivers and five were passengers. Alcohol use was not reported in any of the crashes. Failure to stop for a traffic signal was the cause of one crash that killed four people. Two crashes were caused by driving left of center and the cause of the other crash was driver inattention. Seat belts were in use by four of the occupants and one was not wearing a seat belt. Seat belt use for three occupants was unknown. Friday, May 18, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Twelve people were killed in that 24 hour period. Ten males and two females died in five crashes. Four were drivers, seven were passengers and one was a pedestrian. Alcohol use was reported in one crash that killed two people. Driver fatigue was the cause of one crash, one was caused by unsafe speed, one by failure to stop for a stop sign, one by improper overtaking and one by operating an unsafe vehicle. Three vehicle occupants were wearing seat belts and eight were not. Saturday, August 26, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Ten people were killed in that 24 hour period. Seven males and three females died in five crashes. Five were drivers and five were passengers. Alcohol use was reported in two collisions that killed two people. Speeding was the cause of two collisions, one was caused by an unsafe turn, one was caused by driver fatigue and one cause was unknown. Two of the fatality victims were not wearing a seat belt. One motorcyclist was not wearing a safety helmet. Seat belt use for seven victims was unknown. Thursday, July 14, was one of the deadliest days on Oklahoma roads in Ten people were killed in that 24 hour period. Seven males and three females died in eight crashes. Four were drivers, five were passengers, and one was a pedestrian. Alcohol use was reported in three collisions that killed three people. Speeding was the cause of one collision, one was caused by failure to stop or yield, one by a pedestrian in the roadway, one by driver inattention, one by improper evasive action by the driver, two were classified under "other" causes, and the cause of one collision was unknown. A fatality count of ten was also recorded for Monday, July 18, Sunday, May 9, was one of the deadliest days on Oklahoma roads in Nine people were killed in that 24 hour period. Seven males and two females died in seven crashes. Four were drivers and five were passengers. Alcohol use was reported in two collisions which killed two people. Speeding was the cause of three collisions, two were caused by failure to stop or yield, one was caused by an unsafe turn and two were classified under "other" causes. In crashes where seat belt use was applicable, six victims were not using seat belts and two victims were. One victim was a motorcyclist who was not wearing a safety helmet. A fatality count of nine was also recorded for Saturday, May 29, Sunday, November 23, was the deadliest day on Oklahoma roads in Nine people were killed in that 24 hour period. Five males and four females died in six crashes. Three were drivers, five were passengers, and one was a pedestrian. Alcohol use was reported in three collisions in which four people died. Driving left of center caused two collisions, one involved an animal in the roadway, and the other three were classified under "other" causes. In crashes where seat belt use was applicable, there were six victims not using seat belts and two victims for whom seat belt use was unknown. -12-

15 Quick Facts 2010 H There were 69,805 reported crashes in H crashes decreased 1.98% from 71,218 in 2009 to 69,805 in H FATAL CRASHES AND FATALITIES! There were 616 reported fatal crashes in 2010.! Fatal crashes decreased 4.64% from 646 in 2009 to 616 in 2010.! There were 668 fatalities in 2010.! Fatalities decreased 9.36% from 737 in 2009 to 668 in H INJURY CRASHES AND INJURIES! There were 24,445 injury crashes in 2010.! Injury crashes decreased 0.28% from 24,376 in 2009 to 24,445 in 2010.! There were 37,217 persons injured in crashes in 2010.! Injuries increased 2.39% from 36,350 in 2009 to 37,217 in H CRASHES! There were a total of 69,805 reported crashes involving 126,662 drivers.! 51.6% (36,008 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred on city streets.! 72.4% (50,560 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred in daylight.! 49.2% (34,368 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred in a business locality.! 59.5% (41,537 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred in clear weather.! 70.1% (48,938 of 69,805) of all reported crashes involved two vehicles.! 9.1% (6,361 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred in October.! 9.0% (6,295 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.! 18.1% (12,633 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred on Friday. H CRASHES ALCOHOL RELATED! 6.6% (4,614 of 69,805) of all reported crashes were Alcohol Related.! 42.8% (1,976 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred on city streets.! 39.6% (1,825 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred in darkness not lighted.! 28.1% (1,297 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred in darkness lighted.! 38.0% (1,754 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred in localities not built up.! 61.1% (2,819 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred with clear weather.! 56.5% (2,609 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes involved one vehicle.! 9.1% (422 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred in May.! 9.9% (458 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m.! 24.2% (1,118 of 4,614) of all reported Alcohol Related crashes occurred on Saturday. -13-

16 Quick Facts 2010 H CRASHES ANIMAL INVOLVED! 1.7% (1,213 of 69,805) of all reported crashes involved an animal.! 26.4% (320 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving a animal occurred on rural state highways.! 74.0% (898 of 1,213) of reported crashes involving an animal occurred in darkness not lighted.! 80.9% (981 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal occurred in localities not built up.! 65.4% (793 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal occurred in clear weather.! 98.4% (1,194 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal involved one vehicle.! 15.8% (192 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal occurred in November.! 28.9% (351 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal occurred between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.! 15.9% (193 of 1,213) of all reported crashes involving an animal occurred on Wednesday. H CRASHES LARGE TRUCK! 6.5% (4,508 of 69,805) of all reported crashes involved a large truck.! 27.1% (1,220 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred on city streets.! 26.9% (1,212 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred on Interstate highways.! 77.3% (3,484 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred in daylight.! 44.3% (1,995 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred in business localities.! 57.0% (2,571 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred in clear weather.! 72.0% (3,246 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes involved two vehicles.! 9.4% (423 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred in June.! 29.5% (1,331 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred between Noon and 4 p.m.! 18.1% (818 of 4,508) of all reported large truck crashes occurred on Wednesday. H CRASHES FAILURE TO YIELD! 18.2% (12,690 of 69,805) of all reported crashes were caused by Failure To Yield.! 65.1% (8,262 of 12,690) of all reported Failure To Yield crashes occurred on city streets.! 82.2% (10,437 of 12,690) of all reported Failure To Yield crashes occurred in daylight.! 57.3% (7,270 of 12,690) of all reported Failure To Yield crashes occurred in business localities.! 63.2% (8,025 of 12,690) of all reported Failure To Yield crashes occurred in clear weather.! 93.3% (11,840 of 12,690) of all reported Failure To Yield crashes involved two vehicles.! 9.6% (1,219 of 12,690) of all reported Failure to Yield crashes occurred in September.! 29.6% (3,757 of 12,690) of all reported Failure to Yield crashes occurred between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.! 18.7% (2,378 of 12,690) of all reported Failure to Yield crashes occurred on Friday. H CRASHES FATAL! There were 616 reported Fatal crashes in 2010.! Fatal crashes decreased 4.64% from 646 in 2009 to 616 in 2010.! 21.1% (130 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred on county roads. -14-

17 Quick Facts 2010! 49.7% (306 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred in daylight.! 66.4% (409 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred in localities not built up.! 55.0% (370 of 673) of all Fatal crashes occurred in clear weather.! 58.3% (359 of 616) of all Fatal crashes involved one vehicle.! 11.7% (72 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred in July.! 20.6% (127 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.! 17.5% (108 of 616) of all Fatal crashes occurred on Friday. H CRASHES ROLLOVER! 5.5% (3,846 to 69,805) of all reported crashes involved a vehicle that rolled over.! 29.9% (1,151 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred on county roads.! 54.0% (2,077 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred during daylight.! 76.2% (2,929 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred in localities not built up.! 58.1% (2,233 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred in clear weather.! 83.0% (3,194 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes involved one vehicle.! 11.0% (422 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred in December.! 16.6% (640 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.! 16.9% (651 of 3,846) of all reported rollover crashes occurred on Saturday. H CRASHES TRAIN INVOLVED! 0.1% (39 of 69,805) of all reported crashes involved a train.! 56.4% (22 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred on city streets.! 38.5% (15 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred on county roads.! 74.4% (29 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred in daylight.! 48.7% (19 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred in localities not built up.! 53.8% (21 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred in clear weather.! 97.4% (38 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes involved one vehicle.! 12.8% (5 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred in the months of February, March, and April.! 15.4% (6 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.! 28.2% % (11 of 39) of all reported train involved crashes occurred on Wednesday. H CRASHES UNSAFE SPEED! 13.2% (9,230 of 69,805) of all reported crashes were caused by Unsafe Speed.! 32.5% (3,002 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred on city streets.! 68.0% (6,276 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred during daylight.! 44.8% (4,132 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred in localities not built up.! 42.4% (3,912 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred in clear weather.! 52.0% (4,796 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes involved one vehicle. -15-

18 Quick Facts 2010! 11.3% (1,040 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred in March.! 22.3% (2,060 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.! 18.3% (1,686 of 9,230) of all reported Unsafe Speed crashes occurred on Friday. H CRASHES WORK ZONE! 3.1% (2,166 of 69,805) of all reported crashes occurred in Work Zones.! 37.4% (810 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred on Interstate Highways.! 75.7% (1,639 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred in daylight.! 47.6% (1,032 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred in business localities.! 60.2% (1,305 of 2,166) 53.8% of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred in clear weather.! 68.0% (1,473 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes involved two vehicles.! 8.8% (257 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred in August.! 43.4% (940 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred between Noon and 6 p.m.! 18.6% (402 of 2,166) of all reported Work Zone crashes occurred on Friday. H PERSONS! There were 37,217 persons killed or injured in all crashes in 2010.! There were 3,493 persons killed or injured in Alcohol Related crashes. " 9.4% (3,493 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in Alcohol Related crashes.! There were 331 persons killed or injured in Animal Involved crashes. " 0.9% (331 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in Animal Involved crashes.! There were 1,873 persons killed or injured in large truck crashes. " 5.0% (1,873 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in large truck crashes.! There were 7,757 persons killed or injured in Failure to Yield crashes. " 20.8% (7,757 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in Failure to Yield crashes.! There were 4,058 persons killed or injured in rollover crashes. " 10.9% (4,058 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in rollover crashes.! There were 26 persons killed or injured in train involved crashes. " 0.1% (26 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in train involved crashes.! There were 6,339 persons killed or injured in Unsafe Speed crashes. " 17.0% (6,339 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in Unsafe Speed crashes.! There were 1,210 persons killed or injured in Work Zone crashes. " 3.3% (1,210 of 37,217) of the total persons killed or injured were in Work Zone crashes. H DRIVERS! Male drivers " 48.6% (1,232,592 of 2,533,888) of the licensed drivers in Oklahoma were male. -16-

19 Quick Facts 2010 " 52.4% (66,426 of 126,662) of all drivers involved in crashes were male 11. " 72.5% (327 of 451) of the drivers killed in crashes were male.! Female drivers " 51.4% (1,301,296 of 2,533,888) of the licensed drivers in Oklahoma were female. " 43.1% (54,596 of 126,662) of all drivers involved in crashes were female 12. " 27.5% (124 of 451) of the drivers killed in crashes were female.! Driver fatalities by age group " 9.1% (41 of 451) of the drivers killed were age " 9.5% (43 of 451) of the drivers killed were age " 12.4% (56 of 451) of the drivers killed were age ! Drivers Age " There were 19,093 drivers age involved in crashes. " 15.1% (19,093 of 126,662) of all drivers involved in crashes were age " 7.5% (190,365 of 2,533,888) of the licensed drivers in Oklahoma were age " 50.6% (96,412 of 190,365) of the licensed drivers age were male. H SAFETY EQUIPMENT! 55.7% (267 of 479) of the fatality victims in passenger vehicles/pickup trucks were unrestrained.! 54.5% (190 of 348) of the driver fatalities in passenger vehicles/pickup trucks were unrestrained.! 58.8% (77 of 131) of the passenger fatalities in passenger vehicles/pickup trucks were unrestrained.! 28.6% (2 of 7) of the fatality victims age five and under in passenger vehicles/pickup trucks were unrestrained! 77.3% (58 of 75) of the motorcycle fatalities were not wearing a helmet. H MOTORCYCLISTS! 4.5% (75 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were killed.! 82.9% (1,377 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were injured.! Motorcyclist age " 11.6% (193 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were age " 10.8% (180 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were age " 9.7% (162 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were age " 10.9% (181 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were age ! 85.9% (1,428 of 1,662) of the motorcyclists involved in crashes were male.! 77.3% (58 of 75) of the motorcycle fatalities were not wearing a helmet and helmet use for another 5.3% (4 of 75) was unknown. 11 The sex of 4.5% (5,640 of 126,662) of the drivers was unknown or not stated. 12 Ibid. -17-

20 Quick Facts 2010 H SCHOOL BUS! 0.3% (180 of 69,805) of all reported crashes involved a school bus.! There were three fatalities in crashes involving a school bus.! 61.1% (110 of 180) of the reported school bus crashes occurred on city streets.! 92.2% (166 of 180) of the reported school bus crashes occurred during daylight.! 35.6% (64 of 180) of the reported school bus crashes were in business localities.! 56.1% (101 of 180) of the reported school bus crashes occurred in clear weather.! 90.0% (162 of 180) of the reported school bus crashes involved two vehicles. H PEDALCYCLIST! There were 326 pedalcyclists involved in crashes.! 2.5% (8 of 326) of the pedalcyclists involved in crashes were killed.! 85.6% (279 of 326) of the pedalcyclists involved in crashes were injured.! 79.8% (260 of 326) of the pedalcyclists involved in crashes were on city streets.! 56.7% (185 of 326) of the pedalcyclists were involved in intersection related crashes.! 37.7% (123 of 326) of the pedalcyclists involved in crashes were under age 16. H PEDESTRIAN! There were 670 pedestrians involved in crashes.! 10.1% (68 of 670) of the pedestrians involved in crashes were killed.! 83.3% (558 of 670) of the pedestrians involved in crashes were injured.! 71.9% (482 of 670) of the pedestrians involved in crashes were on city streets.! Pedestrian Age " 18.5% (124 of 670) were under age 16. " 13.9% (93 of 670) were age " 9.9% (66 of 670) were age

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28 Oklahoma Traffic Statistics Year Licensed Drivers Registered Vehicles Oklahoma Traffic Statistics Mileage (+000,000) Crashes Persons Mileage Fatal Injury Injured Fatalities Death Rate ,741 18,423 6, ,638 17,735 6, ,241 16,874 5, ,205 21,599 7, ,511 24,192 7, ,960 15,185 4, ,266 11,417 3, ,391 10,381 3, ,981 12,443 4, ,951 17,720 6, ,293 20,506 6, ,306 23,032 6, ,263 25,716 6, ,708 41,476 9, ,330 37,522 10, ,908 31,612 11, ,758 31,740 11, ,727 30,281 11, ,672 32,826 12, ,176 36,320 13, ,840 39,153 14, ,150 38,512 14, ,917 39,753 15, ,881 42,630 17, ,254,339 1,269,075 11, ,129 42,284 17, ,309,127 1,324,410 11, ,926 43,871 18, ,314,169 1,385,801 12, ,624 45,844 20, ,371,404 1,439,530 13, ,217 49,922 21, ,393,037 1,507,637 13, ,631 53,117 21, ,424,807 1,579,148 14, ,961 55,807 22, ,447,659 1,634,583 15, ,783 55,498 21, ,489,532 1,714,371 16, ,194 59,284 20, ,536,731 1,772,903 17, ,564 63,821 21, ,651,245 1,861,102 18, ,601 65,183 20, ,690,430 1,965,377 19, ,000 64,948 21, ,716,468 2,094,172 20, ,253 68,617 21, ,795,221 2,214,866 21, ,256 73,290 22, ,732,082 2,320,422 20, ,699 68,204 20, ,756,773 2,371,126 21, ,590 73,741 20, ,815,941 2,484,057 23, ,923 75,441 24, ,872,370 2,568,653 25, ,704 82,518 24,

29 Oklahoma Traffic Statistics Year Licensed Drivers Registered Vehicles Oklahoma Traffic Statistics Mileage (+000,000) Crashes Persons Mileage Fatal Injury Injured Fatalities Death Rate ,020,420 2,729,114 26, ,811 85,956 23, ,971,712 2,885,673 27, ,240 83,762 22, ,016,965 2,717,363 27, ,058 77,660 24, ,047,970 2,890,135 28, ,081 85,387 34,751 1, ,121,700 3,077,997 29, ,049 89,004 35,743 1, ,174,350 3,078,010 29, ,774 84,038 32, ,075,309 3,068,010 29, ,200 81,648 32, ,187,408 3,067,681 28, ,732 81,073 34, ,149,439 3,068,022 27, ,456 75,423 34, ,163,148 4,135,384 27, ,399 71,651 34, ,225,634 4,173,368 29, ,750 69,420 35, ,292,867 3,119,680 30, ,580 67,836 35, ,288,997 3,100,908 29, ,549 71,438 38, ,283,074 3,139,804 28, ,058 67,838 38, ,311,450 3,208,636 29, ,922 70,531 45, ,324,921 3,257,220 30, ,062 72,789 47, ,343,749 3,302,607 31, ,926 74,331 48, ,357,733 3,361,753 32, ,816 77,712 51, ,334,098 3,588,439 33, ,826 80,392 53, ,354,519 3,422,510 32, ,220 79,636 58, ,302,094 3,471,464 40, ,628 80,376 50, ,328,450 3,480,132 40, ,790 79,120 48, ,320,524 3,587,263 42, ,088 78,645 47, ,336,304 3,868,375 42, ,288 77,148 45, ,347,351 3,638,158 44, ,161 77,819 45, ,366,011 3,475,906 44, ,593 73,926 42, ,394,692 3,894,307 45, ,678 76,156 42, ,413,559 3,756,014 45, ,204 75,511 40, ,286,322 3,815,059 47, ,087 75,408 40, ,465,466 3,786,391 46, ,866 75,059 38, ,481,472 3,885,531 46, ,133 72,667 37, ,504,019 3,975,644 46, ,376 71,218 36, ,533,888 3,882,026 47, ,445 69,807 36, * Vehicle Registration Statistics Furnished by Oklahoma Tax Commission Adjusted Due to Change in Vehicle Laws. -27-

30 Miles of Highway Year as of Dec. 31 Miles of Highway In The State of Oklahoma State, County, and City Maintained Roads State Maintained County Maintained City Maintained Turnpikes Rural Municipal Paved Unpaved Paved Unpaved (Includes 260 Interstate Miles) ,567 1,262 16,100 69,432 7,009 2, , ,610 1,279 16,869 68,434 6,625 2, , ,775 1,282 17,240 67,844 6,528 2, , ,903 1,327 17,162 67,864 7,538 2, , ,906 1,327 18,730 66,336 7,607 2, , , ,204 65,520 7,681 2, , , ,701 63,604 *12,452 *2, , , ,987 63,250 12,282 3, , ,914 1,254 21,557 64,911 8,593 1, , ,445 1,138 17,973 63,059 12,609 3, , ,445 1,138 17,973 63,059 12,609 3, , ,447 1,542 17,973 62,951 12,796 3, , ,447 1,542 17,973 62,951 12,796 3, , ,447 1,542 17,973 62,951 12,796 3, ,407 ** ,971 1,413 20,947 64,012 11,342 1, , ,971 1,413 20,947 64,012 11,342 1, , ,135 1,413 23,001 63,933 9,984 1, , ,135 1,413 23,001 63,933 9,984 1, , ,588 1,442 23,158 63,341 9,788 1, , ,588 1,442 23,158 63,341 9,788 1, , ,129 1,455 23,233 63,836 10,509 1, , ,116 1,459 23,209 63,692 10,687 1, , ,121 1,462 23,234 63,587 11,305 1, , ,111 1,462 23,380 63,467 11,515 1, , ,114 1,462 23,552 63,264 11,487 1, , ,123 1,463 23,686 63,050 11,504 1, , ,088 1,471 23,911 62,796 11,566 1, , ,082 1,472 24,057 62,607 11,743 1, , ,083 1,471 24,269 62,414 11,798 1, ,694 Beginning with the 2002 Fact Book, reporting of road mileage has been changed to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation s standard. It was determined that this gives a more accurate description of the roadways in Oklahoma. Year Rural Urban Urbanized ,123 5,484 7, , ,586 6,798 8, , ,601 6,920 8, , ,622 6,970 8, , ,445 7,056 8, , ,289 7,052 8, , ,267 7,084 8, , ,267 7,084 8, , ,077 7,098 8, , ,077 7,098 8, , ,784 7,114 8, ,873 The Information in this chart was obtained from the Planning Division of the Department of Transportation. * Large change due to improved accuracy in inventory. **Mileage difference due to change in State Laws. -28-

31 Driver Licenses Age LICENSES BY CLASS AND AGE GROUP (2010) Class A Class B Class C Class D Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Under ,687 Drivers ,301 4,090 8,391 8,391 6, ,613 14,195 28,808 28,808 6, ,007 17,358 35,365 35,365 9, ,521 19,934 40,455 40,475 13, ,305 20,700 42,005 42,081 14, ,699 21,756 43,455 43,636 13, ,574 22,147 43,721 44,068 11, ,612 22,563 44,175 44,779 10, ,266 21,992 42,258 43,132 9, ,627 22,082 42,709 43,908 9, , ,691 2, , , , , ,710 44, , ,802 3, , , , , ,041 34, , ,071 4,249 1,192 5, ,355 98, , ,845 26, , ,665 4,521 1,430 5, ,324 99, , ,134 23, ,244 1,009 17,253 4,977 1,671 6, , , , ,302 24, ,396 1,023 17,419 4,998 1,580 6, , , , ,256 20, , ,152 4,153 1,148 5, , , , ,547 13, , ,398 3, , ,210 99, , ,268 5, , ,720 1, , ,462 76, , , , ,436 1, , ,100 58, , , , , ,815 46,126 82,941 84, ,185 32,757 57,942 58, & Over ,198 24,273 41,471 41, & Over 110,128 5, ,460 36,905 9,654 46,559 3,627 2,126 5,753 1,077,631 1,280,094 2,357,725 2,525, ,282 TOTAL 110,128 5, ,460 36,905 9,654 46,559 3,627 2,126 5,753 1,081,932 1,284,184 2,366,116 2,533, ,855 I. D. License Restrictions License Endorsements Licenses Issued Restriction Endorsement Description Records 4,234,255 A 7,764 N Tank 52,356 Current License 2,533,888 E 12,936 T Double/Triple 38,994 Expired License 645,697 K 965 H Hazardous Material 3,322 Suspended License 34,332 V 0 P Passenger 44,565 Expired Suspended 98,885 O 902 X Endorsements N & H 13,340 ID's 310, ,224 M Motorcycle 205, ,594 S School Bus 21,297 Other 870,121 License Class A Any combination of Vehicle License Class B Any Vehicle with a GVWR of 26,000 or More Pounds. May Tow Vehicle Not in Excess of 10,000 Pounds GVWR. Includes Class C and D Vehicles. License Class C Any Vehicle or Combination of Vehicles Except Class A & B Which is Required to be Placarded for Hazardous Materials or Designed for 16 + Occupants and Class D Vehicle. License Class D All Vehicles or Combination of Vehicles Except A, B, & C. -29-

32 Driver Licenses Licensed Drivers (2010) by Age & Percentage Driver Drivers % of Drivers Age Male Female Male Female ,301 4,090 8, % 0.31% 0.33% 16 14,613 14,195 28, % 1.09% 1.14% 17 18,007 17,358 35, % 1.33% 1.40% 18 20,541 19,934 40, % 1.53% 1.60% 19 21,377 20,704 42, % 1.59% 1.66% 20 21,874 21,762 43, % 1.67% 1.72% 21 21,905 22,163 44, % 1.70% 1.74% 22 22,176 22,603 44, % 1.74% 1.77% 23 21,087 22,045 43, % 1.69% 1.70% 24 21,755 22,153 43, % 1.70% 1.73% , , , % 8.79% 8.87% , , , % 8.07% 8.17% , , , % 7.71% 7.81% , , , % 7.83% 7.94% , , , % 8.95% 9.01% , , , % 9.46% 9.48% , , , % 8.75% 8.74% , , , % 7.72% 7.67% ,093 76, , % 5.91% 5.84% ,699 58, , % 4.52% 4.40% ,592 46,177 84, % 3.55% 3.35% ,634 32,764 58, % 2.52% 2.30% 85 & Over 17,262 24,273 41, % 1.87% 1.64% s 1,232,592 1,301,296 2,533, % 51.4% -30-

33 2010 Crash Rates County *Estimated Population **Vehicle Miles Traveled 2010 Crash Rates Population & Vehicle Miles Traveled Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes Injury Crashes Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT Injury Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT Adair 22, ,732, Alfalfa 5,642 64,312, Atoka 14, ,198, Beaver 5, ,422, Beckham 22, ,763, Blaine 11, ,188, Bryan 42, ,461, Caddo 29, ,447, Canadian 115,541 1,490,912, Carter 47, ,140, Cherokee 46, ,337, Choctaw 15, ,478, Cimarron 2,475 77,928, Cleveland 255,755 2,371,431, Coal 5,925 95,890, Comanche 124,098 1,090,561, Cotton 6, ,800, Craig 15, ,703, Creek 69, ,290, Custer 27, ,079, Delaware 41, ,804, Dewey 4, ,653, Ellis 4,151 87,911, Garfield 60, ,039, Garvin 27, ,840, Grady 52, ,152, Grant 4,527 83,645, Greer 6,239 53,258, Harmon 2,922 26,744, Harper 3,685 80,280, Haskell 12, ,694, Hughes 14, ,161, Jackson 26, ,293, Jefferson 6,472 74,763, Johnston 10, ,177, Kay 46, ,915, Kingfisher 15, ,071, Kiowa 9, ,849, Latimer 11, ,991, LeFlore 50, ,864, Lincoln 34, ,206, Logan 41, ,272, Love 9, ,763,

34 2010 Crash Rates County *Estimated Population **Vehicle Miles Traveled 2010 Crash Rates Population & Vehicle Miles Traveled Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes Injury Crashes Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT Injury Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT Crashes Rate Per 5,000 Pop Rate Per 100 Million VMT McClain 34, ,650, McCurtain 33, ,188, McIntosh 20, ,865, Major 7, ,633, Marshall 15, ,792, Mayes 41, ,166, Murray 13, ,270, Muskogee 70, ,232, Noble 11, ,915, Nowata 10, ,835, Okfuskee 12, ,450, Oklahoma 718,633 9,967,207, Okmulgee 40, ,330, Osage 47, ,619, Ottawa 31, ,117, Pawnee 16, ,247, Payne 77, ,126, Pittsburg 45, ,032, Pontotoc 37, ,660, Pottawatomie 69, ,714, Pushmataha 11, ,452, RogerMills 3,647 74,003, Rogers 86,905 1,075,843, Seminole 25, ,618, Sequoyah 42, ,235, Stephens 45, ,347, Texas 20, ,532, Tillman 7,992 85,698, Tulsa 603,403 7,463,193, Wagoner 73, ,910, Washington 50, ,191, Washita 11, ,693, Woods 8, ,156, Woodward 20, ,517, Statewide 3,751,351 47,745,890, , , *Population Source: Oklahoma Department of Commerce **Vehicle Miles Traveled Source: Oklahoma Department of Transportation -32-

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