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1 Insert the title of your presentation here Presented by Name Here Job Title - Date A reduction in fatal casualties Who, why and what does this mean? Louise Lloyd

2 Page 2 Agenda Who: Which road user groups? Why: Vehicle safety influences Why: Temporal and economic influences What does this mean? Introduction

3 Aim Page 3 Investigate the causes of the major reduction in the number of road accident fatalities in

4 Aim Page 4 Investigate the causes of the major reduction in the number of road accident fatalities in

5 Aim Page 5 Investigate the causes of the major reduction in the number of road accident fatalities in Fatalities: A – 7,305 B – 1,901 C – 3,409

6 Aim Page 6 Investigate the causes of the major reduction in the number of road accident fatalities in

7 Hypotheses Page 7 Changes in:

8 Hypotheses Page 8 Changes in: Financial stability Vehicle safety Weather Traffic

9 Page 9 Agenda Who: Which road user groups? Why: Vehicle safety influences Why: Temporal and economic influences What does this mean? Introduction

10 Page 10 Casualty trends by road user type Killed casualty trend by casualty class

11 Page 11 Casualty trends by road user type Killed casualty trend by casualty class Vehicle occupants: A – 50% B – 70% C – 90%

12 Page 12 Casualty trends by road user type Killed casualty trend by casualty class

13 Fatal casualties by age group Page 13

14 Young driver licence holders Page 14

15 Page 15 Agenda Who: Which road user groups? Why: Vehicle safety influences Why: Temporal and economic influences What does this mean? Introduction

16 Page 16 Exposure data by car class Traffic (billion kilometres) by vehicle type

17 Fatality rate by car type Page 17

18 Page 18 Exposure data by car age Traffic (billion kilometres) by age of car

19 Page 19 Exposure data by car age Traffic (billion kilometres) by age of car Severity rate for new and old cars: A – 6% v. 4% B – 6% v. 8% C – 6% v. 12%

20 Car registration year Page 20 Year of accident 0-2 years 3-5 years 6-10 years years 16+ years 20009% 11%13% 20106%7%8% 10% Proportion of vehicle occupant fatalities for all fatally and seriously injured occupants

21 Car registration year Page 21 Year of accident 0-2 years 3-5 years 6-10 years years 16+ years 20009% 11%13% 20106%7%8% 10% Proportion of vehicle occupant fatalities for all fatally and seriously injured occupants

22 Car registration year Page 22 Year of accident 0-2 years 3-5 years 6-10 years years 16+ years 20009% 11%13% 20106%7%8% 10% Proportion of vehicle occupant fatalities for all fatally and seriously injured occupants

23 Page 23 Car secondary safety – drivers

24 Page 24 Car secondary safety – driver fatalities

25 Page 25 Car secondary safety – drivers seriously injured

26 Page 26 Car secondary safety – drivers

27 Page 27 Car secondary safety – pedestrian protection

28 Page 28 Car secondary safety – pedestrian protection

29 Page 29 Agenda Who: Which road user groups? Why: Vehicle safety influences Why: Temporal and economic influences What does this mean? Introduction

30 Quarterly fatality numbers Page 30

31 Quarterly fatality numbers Page 31

32 Minimum quarterly temperature Page 32

33 Minimum quarterly temperature Page 33

34 Page 34 Agenda Who: Which road user groups? Why: Vehicle safety influences Why: Temporal and economic influences What does this mean? Introduction

35 Conclusions Page 35 Financial stability Vehicle safety Weather Traffic

36 Conclusions Page 36 Traffic General reduction in traffic Reduction in young male drivers Drink driving accidents reduced Small reduction in speeding

37 Conclusions Page 37 Financial stability Traffic General reduction in traffic Reduction in young male drivers Drink driving accidents reduced Small reduction in speeding

38 Conclusions Page 38 Vehicle safety No change to trend in improvements due to secondary safety

39 Conclusions Page 39 Weather Progressively colder winters

40 What does this mean in Surrey? Page 40 and 2011 and 2012?

41 Page 41 Louise Lloyd Senior Statistician


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