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Selected resources for Minnesota and national traffic safety statistics

Minnesota

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This map illustrates the 13 Minnesota counties with no traffic fatalities in 2014.

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  • Hennepin
  • Anoka
  • Ramsey
  • St. Louis
  • Dakota
  • Stearns
  • Otter Tail
  • Olmsted
  • Itasca
  • Scott
  • Washington
  • Wright
  • Crow Wing
  • Beltrami
  • Benton
  • Cass
  • Blue Earth
  • Meeker
  • Sherburne
  • Becker
  • Mille Lacs
  • Clay
  • Morrison
  • Carlton
  • Pine

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124棋牌Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety

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Minnesota Department of Transportation
Summarizes key facts and characteristics of traffic safety on Minnesota's roads and highways.

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The Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) contains data on a census of fatal traffic crashes within the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

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Contains injury and violence data for Minnesotans, by specific city or county, and by specific types of injury and/or demographic characteristics.

National

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A visually innovative tool that maps out roadway fatalities across the nation... and in your community.

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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
124棋牌 The State Data Program (SDP) supports NHTSA's efforts to identify traffic safety problems, help develop and implement vehicle and driver countermeasures, evaluate motor vehicle standards, and to study crash avoidance issues, crashworthiness issues, and regulations.

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124棋牌An interactive database system that provides customized reports of injury-related data from the national Center of Health Statistics (NCHS) and the from NCIPC's National Violent Death Reporting System.

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AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 2010
This report provides an overview of the attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and experiences of the American public regarding traffic safety.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Governors Highway Safety Association, 2008
124棋牌 Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria (MMUCC) is a voluntary guideline that helps states collect consistent, reliable crash data. The data are used for identifying traffic safety problems, establishing goals and performance measures, monitoring the progress of programs, and allocating resources for enforcement, engineering and education.