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Past, Present and Future Traffic Safety Data Trends. Romell Cooks Regional Administrator May 11, 2010. Changes in the Last 10 Years (1998-2008). Overview – Fatalities and Fatality Rates Prior Periods of Significant Declines . *Projected Fatalities and Fatality Rate.

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Past, Present and Future

Traffic Safety Data Trends

Romell Cooks

Regional Administrator

May 11, 2010

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Overview – Fatalities and Fatality Rates Prior Periods of Significant Declines

*Projected Fatalities and Fatality Rate

challenges
Challenges
  • Potential near-term increases with economic revival
  • U.S. Population continues to grow older
    • Median Age projected to rise through 2050
  • More diverse population
    • Message and outreach challenges to diverse groups
  • Increasing trend of motorcycle ridership
  • Increase belt use / booster seat use rates
summary
Summary
  • Declines across most areas
  • Most significant declines in younger population
    • Children
    • Young adults
  • Challenges
    • Motorcyclist Fatalities, Bicyclists, Pedestrian Safety
    • Single-vehicle crashes (Alcohol, Speeding)
    • Older Adults
  • Distraction, Speeding
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