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Statistics & Reports

The average cost to the economy of a road traffic fatality is £1.7million and the average cost of a serious road traffic casualty is £195,863.

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North Yorkshire Highways Authority Collision dashboard

North Yorkshire County Council as Highways and partner within the 95 Alive partnership has a statutory duty under the Road Traffic Act 1988 to analyse privatised personal injury collision information. This information is regularly supplied to North Yorkshire County Council by North Yorkshire Police and is then used to inform a number of council processes and decisions. It is also published once a year in an annual report, is supplied to the Department for Transport and is requested regularly by consultants, partners and the media. This information can be found on the Highway Authority Collisions dashboard

 

 

2015 Annual reports published 2016

Road Casualties – North Yorkshire 2015 Annual report

Road Casualties – North Yorkshire 2015 Summary results

Road Casualties – Craven 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Hambleton 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Harrogate 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Richmondshire 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Ryedale 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Scarborough 2015 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Selby 2015 Annual Report

 

2014-2015 Safety Camera Vans Annual report

 

2014 Annual reports published 2015

Road Casualties – North Yorkshire 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Craven 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Hambleton 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Harrogate 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Richmondshire 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Ryedale 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Scarborough 2014 Annual Report

Road Casualties – Selby 2014 Annual Report


2014 casualties – North Yorkshire

  • 38 fatal collisions, resulting in 40 fatalities
  • 431 killed or seriously injured casualties
  • 1,827 slightly injured casualties
  • 27 children killed or seriously injured
  • 91 young people (aged 16 to 24) killed or seriously injured
  • 162 older people (aged 50+) killed or seriously injured
  • 43 pedestrians killed or seriously injured
  • 67 cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • 117 powered two wheeler riders or pillions killed or seriously injured
  • 174 children of all severity injured (0 killed, 27 serious, 147 slightly injured)
  • 216 cyclists of all severity injured (3 killed, 64 serious, 149 slightly injured

2013 casualties – North Yorkshire

  • 46 fatal collisions, resulting in 51 fatalities
  • 476 killed or seriously injured casualties
  • 1,797 slightly injured casualties
  • 21 children killed or seriously injured
  • 112 young people (aged 16 to 24) killed or seriously injured
  • 161 older people (aged 50+) killed or seriously injured
  • 49 pedestrians killed or seriously injured
  • 52 cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • 130 powered two wheeler riders or pillions killed or seriously injured
  • 158 children of all severity injured (0 killed, 21 serious, 137 slightly injured)
  • 197 cyclists of all severity injured (3 killed, 49 serious, 145 slightly injured

2012 casualties – North Yorkshire

  • 31 fatal collisions, resulting in 31 fatalities
  • 473 killed or seriously injured casualties
  • 1,894 slightly injured casualties
  • 28 children killed or seriously injured
  • 105 young people (aged 16 to 24) killed or seriously injured
  • 156 older people (aged 50+) killed or seriously injured
  • 49 pedestrians killed or seriously injured
  • 47 cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • 116 powered two wheeler riders or pillions killed or seriously injured
  • 189 children of all severity injured (1 killed, 27 serious, 161 slightly injured)
  • 177 cyclists of all severity injured (2 killed, 47 serious, 130 slightly injured

2011 casualties – North Yorkshire

  •  41 fatal collisions, resulting in 42 fatalities
  • 451 killed or seriously injured casualties
  • 1,868 slightly injured casualties
  • 21 children killed or seriously injure
  • 85 young people (aged 16 to 24) killed or seriously injured
  • 168 older people (aged 50+) killed or seriously injured
  • 38 pedestrians killed or seriously injured
  • 43 cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • 132 powered two wheeler riders or pillions killed or seriously injured
  • 172 children of all severity injured (3 killed, 18 serious, 151 slightly injured)
  • 148 cyclists of all severity injured (1 killed, 42 serious, 105 slightly injured

 2010 casualties – North Yorkshire

  •  43 fatal collisions, resulting in 46 fatalities
  • 491 killed or seriously injured casualties
  • 1,956 slightly injured casualties
  • 27 children killed or seriously injured
  • 89 young people (aged 16 to 24) killed or seriously injured
  • 171 older people (aged 50+) killed or seriously injured
  • 35 pedestrians killed or seriously injured
  • 34 cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • 139 powered two wheeler riders or pillions killed or seriously injured
  • 195 children of all severity injured (0 killed, 27 serious, 168 slightly injured)
  • 124 cyclists of all severity injured (0 killed, 34 serious, 90 slightly injured