OVRDC RTPO Safety Statistics 2006-2016

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Interactive Crash Map (2013-2015)

OVRDC is actively engaged in increasing the safety of our roadways. We work with our local governments and ODOT Districts to pursue targeted safety projects that will have a positive impact on our region. As can be seen from the charts below, although the total number of serious injuries and fatalities is trending downward, OVRDC lags behind the state in terms of fatality rate and serious injury rate. In addition, non-motorized or pedestrian injuries are on the rise. This highlights the need for a robust bike and pedestrian infrastructure to assure our roads are safe for all users.

Ohio Performance Targets

Factor Target Rate of Reduction 2018 CY Target Numbers
Fatalities (Total) 1% Annual Reduction 1,051
Fatality Rate 1% Annual Reduction 0.91
Serious Injuries (Total) 1% Annual Reduction 9,033
Serious Injury Rate 1% Annual Reduction 8.01
Non-Motorized Serious and Fatal Injuries (Number) 1% Annual Reduction 840

 

 

Raw Data

Year Fatalities Serious Injuries Fatal and Serious Injuries for Non-Motorized Units Million Veh. Miles Traveled (MVMT) Fatalites Rate Per 100 MVMT OVRDC/Ohio Serious Injuries Rate Per 100 MVMT OVRDC/Ohio
2006 88 660 25 4,714.62 1.87/1.11 14.00/9.55
2007 75 653 20 4,666.45 1.61/1.13 13.99/9.43
2008 76 587 27 4,539.69 1.67/1.10 12.93/9.31
2009 75 574 26 4,568.66 1.64/0.92 12.56/8.82
2010 64 611 23 4,624.43 1.38/0.95 13.21/8.97
2011 59 575 17 4,425.31 1.33/0.91 12.99/8.64
2012 79 570 21 4,455.12 1.77/1.01 12.79/8.77
2013 67 546 24 4,558.23 1.47/0.88 11.98/8.19
2014 60 429 13 4,535.74 1.32/0.89 9.46/7.79
2015 67 500 15 4,519.04 1.48/0.94 11.06/7.71
2016 78 425 24 4,519.04 1.73/0.94 9.41/7.58

Resources

ODOT State, County, and Township Crash Maps

Interactive Crash Map (2013-2015 Crashes)

ODOT TIMS

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