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2012 Michigan Bicycle Crash Data

2012 Michigan Bicycle Crash Data

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2012 Michigan Bicycle Crash data via the Office of Highway Safety Planning.
2012 Michigan Bicycle Crash data via the Office of Highway Safety Planning.

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Published by: League of Michigan Bicyclists on Jan 24, 2014
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevenon, bicycle helmets are the single most effecve countermeasure available to reduce head injuries and fatalies resulng from bicycle crashes.
1,981 bicyclists were involved in motor vehicle crashes in Michigan in 2012.20 bicyclists were killed on Michigan roadways in 2012, four less than reported in 2011.1,598 bicyclist injuries were reported to police agencies.Males (1,493) were involved in more bicycle crashes than females (437). The
male to female rao of bicycle deaths was
6:1, with 17 male bicyclists killed and three female bicyclists killed. Gender was not reported for 51 bicyclists.13 of the bicyclists killed (65.0%) were reported by police to be "going straight ahead" just prior to crash.78.9 percent of all bicyclists in motor vehicle crashes and 15 of the 20 bicyclists killed were riding during daylight hours. 3:00-5:59 PM were the peak hours for bicyclist involvement in all crashes and injuries to bicyclists.
6:00-8:59 PM were the peak hours for bicyclist fatalies.
Of the 20 bicyclists killed in 2012, two (10%) were the result of a had-been-drinking crash and both of those bicyclists had been drinking.There was one bicyclist death for a child under 11 years of age (4 years old). There were no bicyclists killed in the 11-15 age group. Teen/young adults (ages 16-20) accounted for two (10%) of the bicyclist
fatalies. Adults ages 21-64 accounted for 15 (75%) of the bicyclist fatalies. There were two fatalies in the 65 and over age
group (ages 78 and 85).
Michigan Department of State PoliceCriminal Justice Information Center - Traffic Crash Reporting (517) 241-1699Office of Highway Safety Planning - Traffic Safety Programs (517) 241-1505WWW.MICHIGAN.GOV/OHSP
Going straight ahead 65.0%Turning left 5.0%Entering roadway 5.0%Crossing at intersection 5.0%Crossing not at intersection 5.0%In roadway with traffic 5.0%Unknown 10.0%
2012 Bicyclist Fatalities - Action Prior
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