IIHS Reveals Increase In Pedestrian Deaths Since 2009

According to the IIHS, pedestrian deaths have increased by 53% since 2009, accounting for 17% of crash fatalities. Of the percentage of pedestrians killed in motor-vehicle crashes, 2% are bicyclists. The IIHS suggests that improvements in traffic engineering can reduce the deaths of pedestrians and bicyclists. Click here to learn more about these numbers.