Reported Road Casualties Great Britain, 2013

  • Published: Department for Transport, 2014
  • Authors: Department for Transport
  • Date Added: 06 Jan 2015
  • Last Update: 06 Jan 2015
  • Format: pdf

Objectives

To present reported road casualties statistics for 2013

Methodology

Statistics collated from STATS19 data which is collected by police officers attending RTIs.

Statistics collated from STATS19 data which is collected by police officers attending RTIs.:

  • In 2013, a total of 24,033 pedestrian casualties occurred on GB roads.

  • Of this total, 398 were killed (26 of which were children) and 4,998 were seriously injured (1,332 of which were children).

  • This represents a 5 decrease in pedestrian deaths and casualties in pedestrian fatalities, compared to 2012.

  • Pedal cyclists are also a vulnerable group with 109 fatalities and a total of 19,438 casualties of all severities.

  • Pedal cyclist casualties increased overall by 2 per cent, compared to 2012. In contrast, the number of pedal cyclist fatalities decreased by 8 per cent.

Comments

Essentially raw data with no analysis/narrative given, but the data is very useful to give an indication of how casualty numbers have changed year to year.