Data

We collect, use and freely share data to inform highway safety strategies and tactics, prioritize our efforts,and measure our performance.

 

Teen Fatalities Facts from IIHS

http://www.iihs.org/iihs/topics/t/teenagers/fatalityfacts/teenagers

Factors That Increase and Decrease Motorcyclist Crash Risk

Risk_Factors_From_MSF_100_Study_Paper

Motor Vehicle Deaths Estimated to be Highest in Nine Years

THE STANDARD-February 24, 2017_

‘Have we forgotten what saves lives?’ 2017 Roadmap of State Highway Laws

Download the PDF of the ‘Best and Worst States’ from Safe Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety 

http://saferoads.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/FINAL-2017-Roadmap-Report-1.pdf

Seatbelt Data – Use vs Fatality Rate – Vermont

Relationships between fatalities and external factors such as recession periods, gas price, and unemployment rate in Vermont

Worksite Wellness and Risk Behaviors Data Brief From Vermont DOH

Worksite Wellness and Risk Behaviors Data Brief VDOH

Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey

http://healthvermont.gov/health-statistics-vital-records/population-health-surveys-data/youth-risk-behavior-survey-yrbs

Vermont Governor’s Highway Safety 2017 Highway Safety Plan

http://ghsp.vermont.gov/sites/ghsp/files/documents/Vermont%20Governor%27s%20Highway%20Safety%20Program%20FInal%20HSP.pdf

Fatal Crash Data

Download fatal crash maps by years (pdfs)

2009-2013

Vermont 2009-2013 NHTSA Summary of Motor Vehicle Crash & Fataility Data (FARS)

U.S. DOT National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Data – 2016 Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes: Overview

 https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/812456

High Crash Location Data

Major Crash Data