1 TRAFFIC SAFETY FACTS 2012 Data DOT HS April 2014 Bicyclists and Other Cyclists In 2012, 726 pedalcyclists were killed and an additional 49,000 were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes. Pedalcyclist deaths accounted for 2 percent of all motor vehicle traffic fatalities (Table 1), and made up 2 percent of the people injured in traffic crashes during the year. For the purpose of this Traffic Safety Fact Sheet, bicyclists and other cyclists include riders of two-wheel, nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles, and unicycles powered solely by pedals. The term pedalcyclist will be used to identify these cyclists. The number of pedalcyclists killed in 2012 is 6 percent higher than the 682 pedalcyclists killed in The 726 pedalcyclist deaths in 2012 accounted for 2 percent of all traffic fatalities during the year. Table 1 Total Fatalities and Pedalcyclist Fatalities in Traffic Crashes, Year Total Fatalities Pedalcyclist Fatalities Percent of Total Fatalities , % , % , % , % , % , % , % , % , % , %
2 2 Sixty-nine percent of all pedalcyclist deaths in 2012 occurred in urban areas. Important Safety Reminders All bicyclists should wear properly fitted bicycle helmets every time they ride. A helmet is the single most effective way to prevent head injury resulting from a bicycle crash. Bicyclists are considered vehicle operators; they are required to obey the same rules of the road as other vehicle operators, including obeying traffic signs, signals, and lane markings. When cycling in the street, cyclists must ride in the same direction as traffic. Drivers of motor vehicles need to share the road with bicyclists. Be courteous allow at least three feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist on the road, look for cyclists before opening a car door or pulling out from a parking space, and yield to cyclists at intersections and as directed by signs and signals. Be especially watchful for cyclists when making turns, either left or right. Bicyclists should increase their visibility to drivers by wearing fluorescent or brightly colored clothing during the day, and at dawn and dusk. To be noticed when riding at night, use a front light and a red reflector or flashing rear light, and use retro-reflective tape or markings on equipment or clothing. (NHTSA s Office of Safety Programs) Table 2 shows the majority of pedalcyclist fatalities in 2012 occurred in urban areas (69%) and at non-intersections (60%). Almost half of all pedalcyclist fatalities (48%) occurred from 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. The fewest pedalcyclist fatalities occurred from midnight to 3:59 a.m. (7%). Table 2 Percentage of Pedalcyclist Fatalities in Relation to Land Use, Non-Motorist Location, and Time of Day Pedalcyclists Percentage of the Pedalcyclists Land Use Rural 31% 31% Urban 69% 69% Non-Motorist Location Intersection 31% 30% Non-Intersection 58% 60% Other 10% 9% Time of Day Midnight 3:59 a.m. 9% 7% 4 a.m. 7:59 a.m. 9% 12% 8 a.m. 11:59 a.m. 14% 14% Noon 3:59 p.m. 18% 18% 4 p.m. 7:59 p.m. 30% 24% 8 p.m. 11:59 p.m. 21% 24% Note: Percentage of unknown values are not displayed. In 2012, the average age of pedalcyclists killed in traffic crashes was 43. During the past 10 years, there has been a steady increase in the average age of pedalcyclists killed and injured (Table 3). Table 3 Average of Pedalcyclists and, Year Pedalcyclists Average Pedalcyclists Average Pedalcyclists ages 45 to 54 had the highest fatality rate (3.93) based on population (Table 4). However, the highest injury rate (321) occurred in the 10-to-15 age group.
3 3 Children 15 and younger accounted for 9 percent of all pedalcyclists killed and 20 percent of all those injured in traffic crashes in Pedalcyclists ages 45 to 54 were 24 percent of those killed and 14 percent of those injured in that year. Gender The majority of the pedalcyclists killed or injured in 2012 were males (88% and 80%, respectively). The highest number of male fatalities were ages 45 to 54 (154), and the most males injured were between 10 and 15 (7,000). In 2012, the pedalcyclist fatality rate per capita was over 7 times higher for males than for females, and the injury rate per capita was over 4 times higher for males (Table 4). Table 4 Pedalcyclists and and and Rates by and Sex, 2012 (Years) Male Female Total <5 1 10, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total , , , (Years) Male Female Total <5 ** 10,216 ** ** 9,783 ** ** 19,999 ** 5 9 2,000 10, ** 10,016 ** 2,000 20, ,000 12, ,000 12, ,000 24, ,000 11, ,000 10, ,000 21, ,000 9, ,000 8, ,000 18, ,000 21, ,000 20, ,000 42, ,000 20, ,000 20, ,000 40, ,000 21, ,000 22, ,000 44, ,000 18, ,000 19, ,000 38, ,000 11, ** 12,783 ** 2,000 23, ** 5,648 ** ** 7,624 ** ** 13,273 ** 85+ ** 1,964 ** ** 3,923 ** ** 5,887 ** Total 39, , , , , , * Rate per million population. ** Less than 500 injured, injury rate not shown. Total includes 4 males killed of unknown age. Two pedalcyclists of unknown gender are not included. Source: Fatalities Analysis Reporting System, NHTSA. General Estimates System, NHTSA. Bureau of the Census projections.
4 4 Alcohol involvement was reported in more than 37 percent of all fatal pedalcyclist crashes in Alcohol Involvement More than one-fourth (28%) of the pedalcyclists killed in 2012 had blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) of.01 grams per deciliter (g/dl) or higher, and almost onefourth (24%) had BACs of.08 g/dl or higher. Alcohol involvement either for the driver of a motor vehicle or the pedalcyclist was reported in more than 37 percent of the traffic crashes that resulted in pedalcyclist fatalities in In 32 percent of the crashes, either the driver or the pedalcyclist was reported to have a BAC of.08 g/dl or higher. Lower alcohol levels (BAC.01 to.07 g/dl) were reported in 5 percent of the crashes (Table 5). Table 5 Crashes Involving Pedalcyclist Fatalities by the Highest BAC of Involved Riders and Drivers Year BAC=.00 BAC= BAC=.08+ BAC=.01+ Total Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number % 43 6% % % % 36 5% % % 722 Table 6 shows total traffic fatalities, pedalcyclist fatalities, population, and fatality rates by State in Among all States, fatalities in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2012 ranged from 3,398 (highest) to 59 (lowest) depending on the size and population of the State. Pedalcyclists fatalities were highest in California (124), followed by Florida (122), and Texas (56). There were no pedalcyclist fatalities in Nebraska, New Hampshire, North and South Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia. The proportion of pedalcyclist fatalities among total fatalities in States ranged from a high of 5 percent (Florida) to a low of 0.5 percent (Montana). The highest fatality rate per million population was in Florida (6.32) followed by Louisiana (5.22). For more information: Information on traffic fatalities is available from the National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA), NVS-424, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC NCSA can be contacted at or via the following address: General information on highway traffic safety can be accessed by Internet users at To report a safety-related problem or to inquire about motor vehicle safety information, contact the Vehicle Safety Hotline at Other fact sheets available from the National Center for Statistics and Analysis are Alcohol-Impaired Driving, Children, Large Trucks, Motorcycles, Occupant Protection, Older, Overview, Passenger Vehicles, Pedestrians, Race and Ethnicity, Rural/Urban Comparisons, School Transportation-Related Crashes, Speeding, State Alcohol Estimates, State Traffic Data, and Young Drivers. Detailed data on motor vehicle traffic crashes are published annually in Traffic Safety Facts: A Compilation of Motor Vehicle Crash Data from the Analysis Reporting System and the General Estimates System. The fact sheets and annual Traffic Safety Facts report can be accessed online at www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/cats/index.aspx.
5 5 Table 6 Total and Pedalcyclist Traffic Fatalities and Rates by State, 2012 State Total Traffic Fatalities Resident Pedalcyclist Fatalities Percent of Total Pedalcyclist Fatalities per Million Alabama 865 4, % 1.87 Alaska % 1.37 Arizona 825 6, % 2.75 Arkansas 552 2, % 2.03 California 2,857 38, % 3.26 Colorado 472 5, % 2.51 Connecticut 236 3, % 1.11 Delaware % 4.36 Dist of Columbia Florida 2,424 19, % 6.32 Georgia 1,192 9, % 1.71 Hawaii 126 1, % 1.44 Idaho 184 1, % 1.25 Illinois , % 2.25 Indiana 779 6, % 2.29 Iowa 365 3, % 0.98 Kansas 405 2, % 2.43 Kentucky 746 4, % 1.37 Louisiana 722 4, % 5.22 Maine 164 1, % 0.75 Maryland 505 5, % 0.85 Massachusetts 349 6, % 2.26 Michigan 938 9, % 1.92 Minnesota 395 5, % 1.30 Mississippi 582 2, % 1.34 Missouri 826 6, % 1.00 Montana 205 1, % 0.99 Nebraska 212 1,856 0 Nevada 258 2, % 1.09 New Hampshire 108 1,321 0 New Jersey 589 8, % 1.58 New Mexico 365 2, % 3.36 New York 1,168 19, % 2.30 North Carolina 1,292 9, % 2.77 North Dakota Ohio 1,123 11, % 1.56 Oklahoma 708 3, % 1.31 Oregon 336 3, % 2.56 Pennsylvania 1,310 12, % 1.25 Rhode Island 64 1, % 1.90 South Carolina 863 4, % 2.75 South Dakota Tennessee 1,014 6, % 1.24 Texas 3,398 26, % 2.15 Utah 217 2, % 1.05 Vermont Virginia 777 8, % 1.34 Washington 444 6, % 1.74 West Virginia 339 1, % 0.54 Wisconsin 615 5, % 1.92 Wyoming U.S. Total 33, , % 2.31 Puerto Rico 347 3, % 3.82 Sources: Fatalities Analysis Reporting System, NHTSA. Bureau of the Census v3
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