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Pedestrian and Bike Injuries in Minnesota

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  1. Pedestrian and Bike Injuries in Minnesota Presenters: Dorothy Gondwe Leslie Seymour, MD MPH

  2. Bicyclists: Other Users of the Road Injury & Violence Prevention Unit Minnesota Department of Health Leslie Seymour, MD MPH Anna Gaichas, MS CTS Transportation Conference Jon Roesler, MS May 20, 2009 Mark Kinde, MPH

  3. ‘Bike-related injuries increase in Twin Cities’ By TIM HARLOW, Star Tribune October 3, 2008

  4. Data Sources • Crash Data: 2000-2002, 2004-2007 • Hospital Data: 2000-2007 • CODES Data: 2000-2002, 2004-2005 • Trauma Data Base: 2000-2008 • Death Certificate Data: 2000-2008

  5. MV/Bicycle Crashes in Minnesota

  6. MV/Bicycle Crashes by Gender, 2000-2007

  7. MV/Bicycle Crashes by Age-group

  8. Bicycle Crashes:7 – County Metro vs. Greater MN

  9. Bicycle Deaths: Traffic vs. Other Cause

  10. Injuries from Car/Bike Interactions

  11. Injuries from Car/Bike Interactions

  12. Severity of Injuries

  13. Severity by Age-group

  14. Bicycle Injuries: MVC VS Other Cause

  15. Average Hospital Charges for Bicycle-crash Injuries

  16. ‘Bike-related injuries increase in Twin Cities’ By TIM HARLOW, Star Tribune October 3, 2008

  17. Conclusions • 2000-2005: mv/bike crashes increased. • 2005-2007: mv/bike crashes decreased. • 2008-2009: ? • Changes in numbers only…what does it mean? • Any changes in number of bicyclists?

  18. What Next? • We need denominator data…. • How many bicyclists are there? • How much / where are they riding?