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Pedestrian injury rate on public roads

This indicator shows the rate of pedestrian injuries on public roads per 100,000 population. Maintaining pedestrian safety is a key element in preventing motor vehicle injuries and fatalities. Children are especially at risk for pedestrian injuries and fatalities.

Measurement Period: 2014

HP 2020:
HP 2020:
HP 2020:

Data Trend

  • HP 2020: 20.3         35.6

    Jurisdiction200920102011201220132014
    Maryland41.240.537.341.539.542.6


    Jurisdiction200920102011201220132014
    Allegany******
    Anne Arundel34.73428.135.433.635.2
    Baltimore City108.4113.5107122.5109.9114.2
    Baltimore County44.746.144.143.745.748.4
    Calvert*27*23.4*22.1
    Caroline******
    Carroll171216.71515.522
    Cecil38.740.622.627.530.428.3
    Charles15.519.120.819.9*23.9
    Dorchester******
    Frederick19.316.712.21514.116
    Garrett******
    Harford11.115.519.511.314.419.2
    Howard14.515.718.1161915.5
    Kent******
    Montgomery40.437.531.140.135.641.4
    Prince George's41.236.833.635.437.239.8
    Queen Anne's******
    Saint Mary's22.3**21.118.218.1
    Somerset******
    Talbot******
    Washington21.223.733.127.524.130.8
    Wicomico37.128.433.334.834.738.4
    Worcester79.466.152.498.99191

Data Details

  • Source Crash data reported by the Maryland Highway Safety Office (MHSO) are obtained from the State Highway Administration (SHA) which maintains a database derived from crash reports submitted to, and processed and approved by, the Maryland State Police (MSP).
    Numerator Number of injuries to pedestrians on foot
    Denominator Number of persons (population) from Maryland DHMH Vital Statistics Administration
    Reporting Threshold (*) 20. Rate not reported if below threshold. Some counts may be provided upon request.
    Calculation (Numerator/Denominator)*100,000= Single-year calculation
    Race/ ethnicity All races/ ethnicities (aggregated)
    Other None
 
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