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Road deaths and injuries

Time series of historic casualties and crashes

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Time series of historic ratios

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Time series of casualty and crash categories

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Date time of casualties and crashes

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Date time and holidays of casualties

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RD057 Road crash hospitalisations per 100 million vehicle-km travelled

Hospitalisations per 100,000 million km travelled declined modestly from from 2001 to 2011, and has remained fairly steady since then.

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RD054 Road fatal and injury crashes per 100,000 population

Like road fatal and injury crashes (see RD040), road fatal and injury crashes per 100,000 population rose between 2000 and 2007, before declining between 2007 and 2014.

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RD042 Road deaths and injuries per million licence holders

Deaths fell from 179 for every million licence holders in 2001 to 77 in 2013, but have risen again since then. Similarly, injuries fell from 4,872 for every million licence holders in 2001 to 3,376 in 2014, but have risen again since then.

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RD059 Factors contributing to fatal and injury road crashes (%)

Each year, the 4 leading factors contributing to fatal crashes tend to be lost control, failed to keep left, alcohol or drugs, and too fast for conditions.

The 5 leading factors contributing to injury crashes tend to be lost control, inattention or attention diverted, failed to give way or stop, did not see other party, and too fast for conditions.

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RD082 Serious non-fatal injuries in motor vehicle crashes per 100,000 population

Reported serious non-fatal injuries in motor vehicle traffic crashes per 100,000 population have been rising since 2012.

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