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Federal Highway Administration > Publications > Public Roads > Vol. 72 · No. 4 > Summary of Fatal/Serious Injury Crashes

Jan/Feb 2009
Vol. 72 · No. 4

Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-002

Summary of Fatal/Serious Injury Crashes

Public Roads, January/February 2009,

(Table is from article: The Sound of Safety )

  SITE NUMBER ROUTE BEGIN MILEPOST END MILEPOST BEFORE PERIOD AFTER PERIOD
AADT Head-on + Sideswipe Opposite All Other TOTAL AADT Head-on + Sideswipe Opposite All Other TOTAL
CENTERLINE RUMBLE STRIP INSTALLED 1 SR64 267.97 270.27 2,600     0 2,900     0
2 SR64 270.27 276.16 2,600     0 2,900   2 2
3 SR64 268.40 295.83 2,600 1   1 2,900 1 1 2
4 US89 441.88 458.00 14,000 6 5 11 15,400 1 6 7
5 US89 528.10 531.20 3,000   1 1 3,100   1 1
6 US89 531.20 546.80 3,000 5 3 8 3,100 2 4 6
7 US89 551.20 557.00 4,400 2   2 3,800 1   1
8 US389 27.00 32.04 1,200   1 1 2,500   1 1
9 US89 458.00 470.80 6,900 2 9 11 8,100   2 2
10 US89 495.00 503.80 3,900   1 1 4,300 1 1 2
11 US89 503.80 524.80 3,900   5 5 4,300 1 5 6
12 US160 322.70 331.00 3,300     1 4,000     0
13 US160 331.00 341.00 3,300 1 1 1 4,000     0
14 SR389 0.00 27.00 800 1 6 7 2,600   2 2

At the 14 study sites, the centerline crossover crashes accounted for 36 percent of the total fatal and serious injury crashes occurring during the before period and 22 percent in the after period. Source: ADOT

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