Louisiana. 2006 Traffic Records Data Report. lhsc.lsu.edu. Presented by Dr. Helmut Schneider November 11, 2007. Contents. 1. Overview. 2. The Cost of Crashes. 3. Key Issues. 4. Progress and Exposure. Changes 2005-2006 in parenthesis. Crash Overview. Of the 985 fatalities:.
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2006 Traffic Records
Presented by Dr. Helmut Schneider
November 11, 2007
The Cost of Crashes
Progress and Exposure
Changes 2005-2006 in parenthesis
Louisiana’s goal for mileage fatality rates in 2010 is 1.5.
(based on 2.869 million licensed drivers
Source: Cost estimates are based on a study conducted by NHTSA in 2000 “The Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes” (DOT HS 809446).
80% of the problems come from 20% of the causes
Separate the Vital Few from the
Vilfredo Pareto, 1848-1923
Includes only cars, PKUP and vans
According to Bob Thompson this data may be unreliable because of reporting issues.
Alcohol Crashes in Lafayette
A cost of $1.7 Billion
to the Citizens
in the past 5 years
Progress in Safety
Increase in Exposure