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Bicycling Crashes

In 2003, there were 622 bicycling fatalities and 46,000 bicycling injuries resulting from traffic crashes in the United States. While these numbers continue to decrease from year to year, bicyclist fatalities still account for 1.5 percent of all traffic fatalities as well as 2 percent of all traffic injuries. Read more about bicycling crashes in perspective...

   
crash facts
crash facts
Link to the most comprehensive crash data on the Internet. more>>
 
crash types
crash types
Learning about the varied types of bicycle crashes help traffic engineers take appropriate measures. more>>
 
PBCAT
PBCAT
PBCAT is a pedestrian-bicycle analysis tool created by the Federal Highway Administration. more>>
problem
identification
problem identification
Before you can fix a problem you have to know what it is. Learn about how to identify traffic problems from start to finish. more>>