Fatalities In Highway Crashes By Driver Blood Alcohol Concentration

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The dataset contains information on the motor vehicle fatalities on U.S. roads and the Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of the driver from 1985 to 2015. National Transportation Statistics presents statistics on the U.S. transportation system, including its physical components, safety record, economic performance, the human and natural environment, and national security. Transportation’s safety record, giving data on accidents, crashes, fatalities, and injuries for each transportation mode and hazardous materials. Compiled and published by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), National Transportation Statistics presents information on the U.S. transportation system, including its physical components, safety record, economic performance, energy use, and environmental impacts.

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The Highway Statistics Series consists of annual reports containing analyzed statistical information on motor fuel, motor vehicle registrations, driver licenses, highway user taxation, highway mileage, travel, and highway finance. Most highway data are submitted by the States directly to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Each State’s data is analyzed for completeness, reasonableness, consistency, and compliance with data reporting instructions contained in “A Guide to Reporting Highway Statistics”. While the Office of Highway Policy Information of FHWA is responsible for preparation of this publication, a number of the statistical summaries are prepared by other units within the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This dataset contains information on motor vehicle fatalities and fatal crashes, based on data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS). Crash and injury statistics are based on data from the National Automotive Sampling System (NASS) General Estimates System (GES). The NASS GES is a probability based sample of police-reported crashes from 60 locations across the country, from which estimates of national totals for injury and property-damage-only crashes are derived.

Motor vehicle travel is a major means of transportation in the United States, providing an unparalleled degree of mobility. Yet for all its advantages, motor vehicle crashes were the leading cause of death for children age 10 and young people 16 to 23 in 2015. The mission of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is to reduce deaths, injuries, and economic losses from motor vehicle crashes.

Date Created

2017-04-01

Last Modified

2018-04-09

Version

2018-04-09

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

1985-2016

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs => U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Source License URL

John Snow Labs Standard License

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Motor Vehicle Fatalities, Fatalities on Roads, Alcohol Involvement, Drunk Drive Fatalities

Other Titles

Motor Vehicle Fatalities and Alcohol Involvement 1985-2016, Motor Vehicle Fatalities And Driver Blood Alcohol Concentration 1985-2016

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
YearYear of Datadate-
Total_Fatalities_In_Highway_CrashesTotal number of fatalities in highway crashesintegerlevel : Ratio
Fatality_Numbers_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_PresentNumber of fatalities in highway crashes were there was presence of driver blood alcohol concentration (BAC) = .01+integerlevel : Ratio
Percent_Fatalities_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_PresentPercent of fatalities were presence of driver bood alcohol concentration BAC = .01+ noted to total fatalitiesnumberlevel : Ratio
Fatality_Numbers_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_NilNumber of fatalities in highway crashes were there was presence of driver blood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.00integerlevel : Ratio
Percent_Fatalities_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_NilPercent of fatalities were presence of driver bood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.00 noted to total fatalitiesnumberlevel : Ratio
Fatality_Numbers_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_Not_HighNumber of fatalities in highway crashes were there was presence of driver blood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.01 - 0.07integerlevel : Ratio
Percent_Fatality_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_Not_HighPercent of fatalities were presence of driver bood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.01 - 0.07 noted to total fatalitiesnumberlevel : Ratio
Fatality_Numbers_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_HighNumber of fatalities in highway crashes were there was presence of driver blood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.08+integerlevel : Ratio
Percent_Fatalities_Were_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_HighPercent of fatalities were presence of driver bood alcohol concentration (BAC) = 0.08+ noted to total fatalitiesnumberlevel : Ratio
YearTotal_Fatalities_In_Highway_CrashesFatality_Numbers_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_PresentPercent_Fatalities_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_PresentFatality_Numbers_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_NilPercent_Fatalities_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_NilFatality_Numbers_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_Not_HighPercent_Fatality_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_Not_HighFatality_Numbers_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_HighPercent_Fatalities_Where_Driver_Blood_Alcohol_Concentration_Is_High
2011324791152735.492084864.1916625.12986530.37
2014326751173135.902085663.8317645.40996730.50
1985438252109848.142258951.5429746.791812541.36
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