Statistics About The Most Accidents In Urban Areas Occur Where

Statistics show that the most accidents in urban areas occur at intersections.

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"54% of all road traffic deaths occur among vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists."

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"In 2018, 72% of pedestrian fatalities occurred in urban areas."

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"Almost 50% of all fatal accidents happen at night."

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"Most fatal car accidents occur on the open road in urban areas, a total of 8,896 to be exact."

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"More people died in urban crashes (55%) than rural crashes (45%) in 2018."

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"Road traffic crashes occur predominantly in urban areas and almost 50% of those killed are classified as vulnerable road users."

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"87% of vehicle crashes in urban areas take place under normal weather conditions."

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"Over 50% of all fatal highway crashes occurring at night are alcohol related."

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"Urban highways are the second most common type of road (34%) where fatal crashes occur."

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"Most car crashes (about seven-tenths) in urban areas occur during the daytime"

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"An average of 292 people die annually in urban accidents related to road defects."

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"Accidents with injury occur most frequently on 30mph roads in urban areas."

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"In 2018, 70% of pedestrian fatalities occurred in the dark."

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"In 2019, 74% of the pedestrian fatalities occurred in urban areas."

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"The majority of motor vehicle crashes in urban areas occur at non-intersection locations."

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"More than 90% of accidents in urban areas are caused by human error and are therefore preventable."

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