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1 Louann Hall Chief, Information Services Branch Barry D. Eisemann IT Manager, State Data Division NCSA National Center for Statistics and Analysis National Highway Traffic Safety Administration April 26, 2006 Florida A&M Workshop Washington, DC N ATIONAL C ENTER FOR S TATISTICS & A NALYSISAccessing and Using NHTSA Data Products National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

2 National Center for Statistics & Analysis Agenda: NCSA Overview NCSA Products Contacting & Obtaining Traffic Safety Information Hands-On Training – FARS Web Reports

3 WHAT WE DO: Collect Analyze National Center for Statistics & Analysis Disseminate

4 Data Systems Fatality Analysis Reporting System ALL Fatal Crashes 1975 to Present National Center for Statistics & Analysis 4 Data Sources – Police Crash Reports – State Vehicle Registration Files – State Driver Licensing Files – State Highway Department Data – Vital Statistics – Death Certificates – Coroner/Medical Examiner Reports – Hospital Medical Records – Emergency Medical Services Reports

5 Data Systems General Estimates System Crashworthiness Data System SAMPLE of ALL Crash Severities Since 1988 PAR Data SAMPLE of ALL Crash Severities In-depth Investigations National Center for Statistics & Analysis 4

6 Special Crash Investigations (SCI) In-depth investigations on a limited number of crashes Operations –Three (3) elite rapid response teams –Located in the East, Midwest and West National Center for Statistics & Analysis

7 National Driver Register Problem Driver Pointer System (PDPS) –National database of identification data for problem drivers Purpose – To improve traffic and transportation safety National Center for Statistics & Analysis

8 National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS) Tracks Occupant Restraint UseTracks Occupant Restraint Use Moving TrafficMoving Traffic Controlled IntersectionControlled Intersection National Center for Statistics & Analysis

9 Examples of Uses of NOPUS Data State safety belt and child restraint lawsState safety belt and child restraint laws DOT cell phone policyDOT cell phone policy Calculate number of lives saved due to safety belt usageCalculate number of lives saved due to safety belt usage National Center for Statistics & Analysis

10 14 Annual Fact Sheets OVERVIEW FACT SHEET –10 years of trend data –Data on high interest program areas ALCOHOL STATE ESTIMATES STATE TRAFFIC DATA ALCOHOL OCCUPANT PROTECTION SPEEDING MOTORCYCLES LARGE TRUCKS SCHOOL BUS PEDESTRIANS PEDALCYCLISTS OLDER POPULATION YOUNG DRIVER CHILDREN 5

11 NEED DATA? Call: Data/Info Requests Fax-On-Demand NCSA Web Site

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13 14 Annual Fact Sheets

14 CHAPTERS - Trends - Crashes - Vehicles - People - States

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17 Did You Know? 1

18 National Statistics 1

19 Latest Publications 1

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22 Did You Know? Archive 1

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24 States Did You Know? Archive 3

25 Did You Know? Archive - States 3

26 Navagation Sidebar 3

27 Acronyms 4

28 Terms 5

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34 Fatal Crashes Fatalities & Fatality Rates Trends

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37 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Crashes, Passenger CarsLight TrucksLarge TrucksMotorcycles 9

38 Persons Killed by Person Type & Vehicle Type, Occupants by Vehicle TypeNonmotorists 9

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40 Passenger Car Occupants Killed …,

41 Passenger Car Occupants Killed …, , ,091 Light Truck Occupants Killed …, , ,602 Registrations 59,485,995 85,657,140 11

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44 Persons Killed by Highest BAC…, Alcohol Related Fatalities % 13

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46 Restraints Used % % Drivers … by Restraints Used…,

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48 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week 17

49 Fri, 6-9PM – 1,013 Fri, 9-midnite – 1,070 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week Sat, 6-9PM – 997 Sat, 9-midnite – 1,108 Sat, midnite-3AM – 1,174 18

50 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week

51 18 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week

52 18 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week

53 Fri, 6-9PM – 1,012 Fri, 9-midnite – 1,139 Sat, 6-9PM – 1,050 Sat, 9-midnite – 1,013 FARS Sat, midnite-3AM – 1,293 18

54 Fatal Crashes by Time of Day & Day of Week FARS Fatal Crashes by Weather & Light Conditions

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59 Drivers with Valid Licenses & NO Previous Convictions – 79.7%

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63 Drivers with Valid Licenses & NO Previous Convictions – 66.2% ––––––––––––––––––––––––– 79.7% 22

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67 Fatalities & Fatality Rates, Maryland by Population Licensed DriversVeh Registrationsby VMT 24

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70 Massachusetts BAC … 29% Drivers in Fatal Crashes by State & BAC

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73 Drivers in Fatal Crashes by State & BAC Massachusetts BAC … 34% 26

74 Drivers in Fatal Crashes by State & BAC

75 Drivers in Fatal Crashes by State & BAC – 2004 Massachusetts Counties 27

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77 Impaired Driving Legislation Massachusetts Illegal Per Se (BAC Level) … No 29

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80 Understanding the Data 01 Driver 02 Passenger 03 Occupant of MV not in Transport 04 Occupant of non-MV Transport Device 05 Pedestrian 06 Bicyclist 07 Other Cyclist 08 Other Pedestrians 09 Unknown Occupant 19 Unknown Type of non-Motorist MOTOR VEHICLE OCCUPANTS PERSON TYPE

81 Understanding the Data 00 None Used 01 Shoulder Belt 02 Lap Belt 03 Lap & Shoulder Belt 04 Child Safety Seat 05 Motorcycle Helmet 06 Bicycle Helmet 13 Safety Belt Used Improperly 14 Child Safety Seat Used Improperly 15 Helmets Used Improperly 08 Restraint Used, Type Unknown 99 Unknown RESTRAINT USE RESTRAINED

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83 State-by-State Comparison County-by-County Comparison

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85 Recap U.S. Fatality Rates Colorado Fatality Rates FARS FTP

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87 U.S. Fatality Rates Colorado Fatality Rates FARS FTP Server FARS FTP Server

88 FARS Web Encyclopedia Create A Query Lesson Plan Query Report Types Example 1.Case Listing Report Sorting Report Code Definitions View Case Reports Example 2.Univariate Reports View Cases Save File Import into Spreadsheet Example 3.Cross Tabulation Report Example 4.Cross Tabulation Report Grouping Display Variable

89 Create Query Unlimited Reporting User Creates Report Skills Required Popular Reports NHTSA Prepared All Users Reports

90 Create a Query - Report Types Univariate: Count number by one variable Case Listing: list all cases for certain variables Cross Tab: Count number by two variables

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93 UNIVARIATE QUERY CASE LISTING CROSS TABULATION Query/Report Types

94 Case Listing: view specified cases for certain variables - Example 1: List all Rhode Island cases in 2002, include Month, County, Trafficway ID - Example 2: List the Drivers with Suspended Licenses in fatal crashes Delaware in year 2000, include Drivers Ages and Violations Charged

95 Query/Report Types Case Listing: list all cases include specified variables Example 1: VIEW 2002 Rhode Island Cases, include: Crash Month, County, Trafficway ID

96 Query/Report Types STEPS List specified cases, include certain variables Steps 1.Select year 2.Select variables 3a.Select condition criteria b.Select Report Type (CASE LISTING) 4.Select Display variables

97 2002 RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Rhode Island 2002 STEPS 1.Year: Variables:Crash Month County Trafficway ID 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island 3b.Report Type:CASE LISTING 4.Display VariablesCrash Month County TrafficwayID Case Listing Query Example 1

98 Rhode Island 2002 Case Listing Query 2002 RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Step 1. Select Year STEPS 1.Year: Variables:Crash Month County Trafficway ID 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island 3b.Report Type:CASE LISTING 4.Display VariablesCrash Month County TrafficwayID Example 1 30

99 Rhode Island 2002 Example RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Case Listing Query Step 2. Select Variables STEPS 1.Year: Variables:Crash Month County Trafficway ID 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island 3b.Report Type:CASE LISTING 4.Display VariablesCrash Month County TrafficwayID

100 Rhode Island 2002 Example RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Condition Variables State Year Display Variable County Crash Month TrafficwayID Case Listing Query Step 2. Select Variables

101 Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Case Listing Query Step 2. Select Variables 31 Example 1

102 STEPS 1.Year: Variables:Crash Month County Trafficway ID 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island 3b.Report Type:CASE LISTING 4.Display VariablesCrash Month County TrafficwayID Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID 3a. Select Condition Criteria 3b. Select Report Type Example 1 Case Listing Query Step 3a. Condition Criteria Step 3b. Report Type 32

103 STEPS 1.Year: Variables:Crash Month County Trafficway ID 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island 3b.Report Type:CASE LISTING 4.Display VariablesCrash Month County TrafficwayID Rhode Island 2002 Example RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Case Listing Query Step 4. Display Variables 33

104 Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Example 1 SORTING Case Listing Query 34

105 Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Example 1 Case Listing Query SORTING ASCENDINGASCENDING 35

106 Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Example 1 CODE DEFINITIONS Case Listing Query 35

107 CODE DEFINITIONS Example 1 Case Listing Query 36

108 VIEW CASE REPORT Example 1 Rhode Island RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Case Listing Query 37

109 2002 RI Cases include Crash Month, County & TrafficwayID Example 1 VIEW CASE REPORT Case Listing Query 38

110 UNIVARIATE QUERY CASE LISTING CROSS TABULATION Query/Report Types

111 Univariate: Count number by one variable –Example 1: Fatal crashes in U.S. by Month –Example 2: Fatalities in Rhode Island by Month –Example 3: Fatalities by Day of the Week –Example 4: Motorcycle Driver Fatalities by Holiday –Example 5: 4 to 17 Year Old Pedestrian Fatalities occurring between 8AM and 3PM by County Query/Report Types

112 Univariate: Count number BY one variable Query/Report Types Example 2

113 Display number of fatalities BY one variable Steps: 1.Select year 2.Select variables 3a.Select condition criteria 3b.Select Report Type (Univariate) 4.Select one variable to count Select options Submit Univariate Query/Report Example 2

114 Display number of Fatalities BY Crash Month 1.Year: Variables:State Crash Month Injury Severity 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island Injury SeverityFatally Injured 3b.Select Report TypeUNIVARIATE 4.Select variable to count:Crash Month Select optionsCount Persons Submit Univariate Query/Report Example 2

115 Step 1. Select Year Univariate Query 40

116 Example 2 Step 2. Select Variables Univariate Query Display Variable Crash Month Condition Variables State Year Injury Severity

117 V V Example 2 Step 2. Select Variables Univariate Query 41

118 Univariate Query Step 3a. Condition Criteria Example 2 Condition VariablesCondition Values StateRhode Island Year2000 Injury SeverityFatal Injury

119 3a. Select condition criteria 3b. Select Report Type Univariate Query Step 3a. Condition Criteria Step 3b. Select Report Type 42

120 Univariate Query Step 4. Format Options Example 2 43

121 CRASH 1: 2Vehicles 4People 1 Person with Fatal Injury in 1 Vehicle CRASH 2: 1Vehicle 2People 1 Person with Fatal Injury in 0 Vehicle

122 Univariate Query Final Report Example 2 44

123 UNIVARIATE QUERY -View Cases Query/Report Types

124 Univariate Query View Cases Example 2 44

125 Univariate Query View Cases Example 2 45

126 UNIVARIATE QUERY -Save File -Import to Excel Query/Report Types

127 Exporting a Report 1.Click Save As Text 2.Save document on your PC drive. Importing into Excel 3.Open MS Excel 4.Open saved file (.cfm extension) 5.Format Report

128 Univariate Query Save File Example 2 48

129 Univariate Query Save File Example 2 48

130 Univariate Query Save File Example 2 48

131 Univariate Query Import into Excel Example 2 48

132 Example 2 Univariate Query Import into Excel Example 2 48

133 Example 2 Univariate Query Import into Excel Example

134 Univariate Query Import into Excel Example 2 48

135 Example 2 Univariate Query Import into Excel 48

136 UNIVARIATE QUERY CASE LISTING CROSS TABULATION Query/Report Types

137 Cross Tab: Count number by two variables Query/Report Types Example 3

138 Cross Tab: Count number by two variables Univariate: Count number by one variable Query/Report Types

139 Display number of Fatalities BY Month & County 1.Year: Variables:State Crash Month Injury Severity County 3a.Condition Criteria: StateRhode Island Injury SeverityFatally Injured 3b.Select Report TypeCross Tab 4.Select variable to count:Crash Month County Select optionsCount Persons Submit Univariate Query/Report Example 2

140 Step 1. Select Year Cross Tab Query Example 3 49

141 Condition Variables State Year Injury Severity Display Variable Crash Month County Example 3 Step 2. Select Variables Cross Tab Query

142 V V V Example 3 Step 2. Select Variables Cross Tab Query 50

143 Condition VariablesCondition Values StateRhode Island Year2000 Injury SeverityFatal Injury Step 3a. Condition Criteria Example 3 Cross Tab Query

144 3a. Select Condition Criteria 3b. Select Report Type Step 3a. Condition Criteria Step 3b. Report Type Example 3 Cross Tab Query 51

145 Step 4. Format Options Example 3 Cross Tab Query 52

146 Final Report Example 3 Cross Tab Query 53

147 Exam Query/Report Types

148 Example 4 Colorado 2001: Occupant Fatalities BY Day-of-Week & Crash Hour

149 01 Driver 02 Passenger 03 Occupant of MV not in Transport 04 Occupant of non-MV Transport Device 05 Pedestrian 06 Bicyclist 07 Other Cyclist 08 Other Pedestrians 09 Unknown Occupant 19 Unknown Type of non-Motorist MOTOR VEHICLE OCCUPANTS PERSON TYPE

150 Example 4

151 Condition Variables State Year Person Type Injury Severity Display Variable Day-of-Week Crash Hour Step 2: Select Variables

152 V V V V Example 4

153 STEP 3a: Choose Condition Criteria Condition VariablesCondition Values StateColorado Year2001 Person TypeDriver Passenger Unknown Occupant Injury SeverityFatal Injury Example 4

154 3a. Select Condition Criteria 3b. Select Report Type Example 4

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157 CROSS TABULATION Grouping Format Option Query/Report Types

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161 Questions?

162 1.How many crashes in Florida in 2001? Scavenger Hunt 1b.How many vehicles were involved in these crashes? 1c.How many persons were involved in these crashes?

163 2.How many crashes in Florida in January 2001? Scavenger Hunt 2b.How many vehicles were involved in these crashes? 2c.How many persons were involved in these crashes?

164 3.How many crashes in Florida in 2001 involved a Motored Cycle (*) ? (*) Motored Cycle == Body Types Scavenger Hunt 3b.How many Motored Cycles were involved in these crashes? 3c.How many Motored Cycled Occupants were in these crashes?

165 3. Build the following report: Florida 2001: List Occupants of Motored Cycles in January Cases, include Person Type and Injury Severity Scavenger Hunt

166 Florida 2001: List Occupants of Motored Cycles in January Cases, include Person Type and Injury Severity Case Listing 2001 State Crash Month Injury Severity Person Type Florida January State Case No. Vehicle No. Person No. Crash Month Injury Severity Person Type 2.Variables: 3a.Condition Criteria: State Crash Month 3b.Select Report Type 4.Select Display Variable 1. Year:

167 3. Build the following report: Florida 2001: Motored Cycle Occupants BY Injury Severity Scavenger Hunt

168 Florida 2001: Florida 2001: Motored Cycle Occupants BY Injury Severity Univariate 2001 State Crash Month Injury Severity Person Type Florida Driver, Pass, Unk Occ. 80 to 89 Injury Severity 2.Variables: 3a.Condition Criteria: State Person Type Body Type 3b.Select Report Type 4.Select Variable 1. Year: Number of Persons Select Data to Count

169 4.Build the following report: Florida 2001: Motored Cycle Occupants BY Injury Severity AND Restraint Use Scavenger Hunt

170 Florida 2001: Florida 2001: Motored Cycle Occupants BY Injury Severity AND Restraint Use Cross Tab 2001 State Crash Month Injury Severity Person Type Restraint Use Florida Driver, Pass, Unk Occ. 80 to 89 Injury Severity 2.Variables: 3a.Condition Criteria: State Person Type Body Type 3b.Select Report Type 4.Select Row Variable 1. Year: Restraint Use Select Column Variable Number of Persons Select Data to Count


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