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State by State Crash Data and Economic Cost Index

States across the country are actively using the Safety Band to deploy innovative, intelligent transportation technologies that reduce crashes and save lives in our communities. Smart roads are safe roads. 

Full 50 state (and District of Columbia) statistics

State

2018 Fatalities*

10-Year Fatality Total

Annual Economic Cost Due to Motor Vehicle Crashes

Alabama

953

8,977

$4.47 billion

Alaska

80

683

$592 million

Arizona

1,010

8,961

$4.183 billion

Arkansas

516

5,398

$2.386 billion

California

3,563

32,472

$19.998 billion

Colorado

632

5,241

$4.173 billion

Connecticut

294

2,712

$4.880 billion

Delaware

111

1,133

$684 million

District of Columbia

31

250

$859 million

Florida

3,133

27,095

$10.75 billion

Georgia

1,504

13,333

$10.787 billion

Hawaii

117

1,081

$577 million

Idaho

231

2,131

$886 million

Illinois

1,031

9,824

$10.885 billion

Indiana

858

7,928

$6.375 billion

Iowa

318

3,495

$2.188 billion

Kansas

404

3,992

$2.445 billion

Kentucky

724

7,428

$4.363 billion

Louisiana

768

7,438

$5.691 billion

Maine

137

1,521

$1.303 billion

Maryland

501

5,049

$4.476 billion

Massachusetts

360

3,587

$5.835 billion

Michigan

974

9,528

$9.599 billion

Minnesota

381

3,885

$3.057 billion

Mississippi

664

6,486

$2.718 billion

Missouri

921

8,504

$5.560 billion

Montana

182

2,027

$898 million

Nebraska

230

2,164

$1.295 billion

Nevada

330

2,860

$1.978 billion

New Hampshire

147

1,165

$1.374 billion

New Jersey

564

5,805

$12.813 billion

New Mexico

391

3,597

$1.769 billion

New York

943

11,079

$15.246 billion

North Carolina

1,437

13,414

$7.909 billion

North Dakota

105

1,311

$706 million

Ohio

1,068

10,724

$10.125 billion

Oklahoma

655

6,801

$2.910 billion

Oregon

506

3,921

$1.768 billion

Pennsylvania

1,190

12,296

$5.851 billion

Rhode Island

59

635

$1.599 billion

South Carolina

1,037

9,009

$4.045 billion

South Dakota

130

1,295

$720 million

Tennessee

1,041

9,992

$5.6667 billion

Texas

3,642

34,267

$17.044 billion

Utah

260

2,525

$1.725 billion

Vermont

68

646

$538 million

Virginia

820

7,654

$4.998 billion

Washington

546

4,938

$4.469 billion

West Virginia

294

3,088

$1.482 billion

Wisconsin

588

5,753

$4.546 billion

Wyoming

111

1,275

$788 million

https://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/States/StatesCrashesAndAllVictims.aspx

https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/812013

*Annual Economic Cost Due to Motor Vehicle Crashes uses 2010 data.

Last updated: Friday, September 25, 2020