Reported Road Casualties Great Britain 2014
- Published: Department for Transport, 2015
- Authors: Department for Transport
- Date Added: 09 Oct 2015
- Last Update: 09 Oct 2015
To report on the number of accidents and casualties in the UK during 2014 and to provide insight into why and how road accidents occur.
Analysis of road accident and casualty data reported by the police.
- In 2014, a total of 1,775 people were killed and 22,807 were seriously injured on Britain’s roads.
Of the accidents that were attended and reported by the police, fatigue was a contributory factor in 48 (3%) fatal accidents and 400 (2%) serious injury accidents.
Based on accident figures reported by the police, in 2014 fatigue was a contributory factor in 56 fatalities, 508 serious injuries and 2,650 slight injuries.
In GB during 2014, fatigue was a contributory factor in 7% of all motorway accidents, 2% of accidents occurring on A roads, 2% of all accidents on B roads and 1% on other roads.Reported road casualties, fatigue, contributory factors, accidents, casualtiesAn annual government report providing statistical analysis of all road accidents and casualties in the UK during 2014.