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Pedestrian Safety Strategic Plan: Background Report

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UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Westat
VHB

May 2010


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List of Figures

Figure 1. Model for the Development of the Strategic Plan.
Figure 2. Long-term Pedestrian Fatality Trend.
Figure 3. Long-term Pedestrian Injury Trend.
Figure 4: Pedestrian Injury Severity Based on Vehicle Speed.
Figure 5. Federal Pedestrian and Bicycle Funding Trends.
Figure 6. Percent of Respondents Familiar with Product/Deployment.
Figure 7. Percentage of Respondents Who Used Product/Deployment in Last Three Years.
Figure 8. Average Reported Score for Ease of Use of Product/Deployment.
Figure 9. Average Usefulness Score for Recently Used Products/Deploymemts.
Figure 10. Average Safety Impact Ranking as Perceived by Recent Users of Products/Deployments.
Figure 11. Percent of Recent Users Who Felt the Product/Deployment Gave them Helpful Knowledge.
Figure 12. Percent of Recent Users Who Felt Product/Deployment Will Play Important Future Role.
Figure 13. Percent of Respondents Who Shared Product/Deployment.

List of Tables

Table 1. FHWA Products Evaluated.
Table 2: Participating Stakeholders
Table 3. Alcohol Involvement by Road User.
Table 4. Common Pedestrian Crash Types.
Table 5. States with Highest Pedestrian Fatalities in 2008.
Table 6. States with Lowest Pedestrian Fatalities in 2008.
Table 7. Cities with Highest Pedestrian Fatalities, 1997-2006.
Table 8. States with Highest Pedestrian Fatality Rates in 2008.
Table 9. States with Lowest Pedestrian Fatality Rate in 2008.
Table 10. States with Highest Average Pedestrian Fatality Rate, 1997-2008.
Table 11. States with Lowest Average Pedestrian Fatality Rate, 1997-2008.
Table 12. Pedestrian Fatalities and Injuries by Road Type, 2008.
Table 13. Cities with Fastest Growing Immigrant Populations, 2000-2007.
Table 14. Ten Fastest Growing U.S. Metro Areas, 2007-2008.
Table 15. Ten Fastest Losing U.S. Metro Areas, 2007-2008.
Table 16. Top Ranked Research Need in Each Plan Category.
Table 17. Product/Deployment Usage in the Last Three Years (Percentages).

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