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Pedestrian Fast Facts

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  • Youth ages 13-17 had the highest rates of severe injuries resulting from motor vehicle collision. In models including age, sex, and MV collision, being male, not wearing a helmet, and MV collision were significant risk factors for severe injury.
  • National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) data indicates that the overall, annualized, age-adjusted traffic-related pedestrian death rate is 1.58 deaths per 100,000 populations.

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Bicyclists Fast Facts

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  • The Federal Highway Administration’s Bicycle Safer Journey is a free, online tool designed for educators, parents, and students age five to 18.
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