Total And Pedalcyclists Traffic Fatalities And Fatality Rates By City, 2016 (1)

 

      Pedalcyclists Fatality rate per million population
City (2) Resident population Total traffic fatalities Fatalities As a percent of total traffic fatalities Total Pedalcyclist Pedalcyclist rank (3)
New York, NY 8,537,673 230 19 8.3% 26.94 2.23 17
Los Angeles, CA 3,976,322 315 20 6.3 79.22 5.03 7
Chicago, IL 2,704,958 123 5 4.1 45.47 1.85 20
Houston, TX 2,303,482 248 7 2.8 107.66 3.04 14
Phoenix, AZ 1,615,017 225 8 3.6 139.32 4.95 8
Philadelphia, PA 1,567,872 101 3 3.0 64.42 1.91 19
San Antonio, TX 1,492,510 194 5 2.6 129.98 3.35 9
San Diego, CA 1,406,630 96 1 1.0 68.25 0.71 30
Dallas, TX 1,317,929 190 0 (4) 144.17 (5) 31
San Jose, CA 1,025,350 60 3 5.0 58.52 2.93 15
Austin, TX 947,890 86 2 2.3 90.73 2.11 18
Jacksonville, FL 880,619 149 7 4.7 169.2 7.95 1
San Francisco, CA 870,887 28 1 3.6 32.15 1.15 29
Columbus, OH 860,090 53 1 1.9 61.62 1.16 28
Indianapolis, IN 855,164 96 6 6.3 112.26 7.02 3
Fort Worth, TX 854,113 84 1 1.2 98.35 1.17 27
Charlotte, NC 842,051 93 1 1.1 110.44 1.19 26
Seattle, WA 704,352 27 2 7.4 38.33 2.84 16
Denver, CO 693,060 54 4 7.4 77.92 5.77 5
El Paso, TX 683,080 67 0 (4) 98.09 (5) 31
Washington, DC 681,170 27 1 3.7 39.64 1.47 25
Boston, MA 673,184 27 0 (4) 40.11 (5) 31
Detroit, MI 672,795 118 4 3.4 175.39 5.95 4
Nashville-Davidson metropolitan area,TN 660,388 65 1 1.5 98.43 1.51 24
Memphis, TN 652,717 120 2 1.7 183.85 3.06 13
Portland, OR 639,863 43 5 11.6 67.2 7.81 2
Oklahoma City, OK 638,367 87 2 2.3 136.29 3.13 12
Las Vegas, NV 632,912 58 2 3.4 91.64 3.16 11
Louisville/Jefferson County metropolitan area, KY 616,261 87 2 2.3 141.17 3.25 10
Baltimore, MD 614,664 41 1 2.4 66.7 1.63 23
Milwaukee, WI 595,047 59 1 1.7 99.15 1.68 22
Albuquerque, NM 559,277 94 1 1.1 168.07 1.79 21
Tucson, AZ 530,706 59 3 5.1 111.17 5.65 6
Fresno, CA 522,053 13 0 (4) 24.9 (5) 31
(1) Ranked by city population. Pedalcyclists are defined by the National Highway Safety Administration as bicyclists and othe cyclists including riders of two-wheeled, nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles and unicycles. (2) Population of 500,000 or more. (3) Cities with the same pedalist fatality rate per million population receive the same rank. (4) Less than 0.1 percent. (5) Less than 0.01 per million population. Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; U.S. Census Bureau.