Total Traffic Fatalities And Pedalcyclist Traffic Fatalities And Fatality Rates By City, 2018 (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 8,398,748 195 9 4.6% 23.22 1.07 27
Los Angeles, CA 3,990,456 273 20 7.3 68.41 5.01 7
Chicago, IL 2,705,994 131 6 4.6 48.41 2.22 23
Houston, TX 2,325,502 204 8 3.9 87.72 3.44 13
Phoenix, AZ 1,660,272 245 2 0.8 147.57 1.20 25
Philadelphia, PA 1,584,138 102 4 3.9 64.39 2.53 22
San Antonio, TX 1,532,233 148 4 2.7 96.59 2.61 21
San Diego, CA 1,425,976 95 1 1.1 66.62 0.70 29
Dallas, TX 1,345,047 198 6 3.0 147.21 4.46 10
San Jose, CA 1,030,119 60 5 8.3 58.25 4.85 8
Austin, TX 964,254 71 1 1.4 73.63 1.04 28
Jacksonville, FL 903,889 136 9 6.6 150.46 9.96 3
Fort Worth, TX 895,008 102 1 1.0 113.97 1.12 26
Columbus, OH 892,533 66 0 (4) 73.95 (5) 30
San Francisco, CA 883,305 24 3 12.5 27.17 3.40 15
Charlotte, NC 872,498 96 3 3.1 110.03 3.44 13
Indianapolis, IN 867,125 103 4 3.9 118.78 4.61 9
Seattle, WA 744,955 20 2 10.0 26.85 2.68 20
Denver, CO 716,492 60 6 10.0 83.74 8.37 5
Washington, DC 702,455 31 3 9.7 44.13 4.27 11
Boston, MA 694,583 15 0 (4) 21.60 (5) 31
El Paso, TX 682,669 70 0 (4) 102.54 (5) 32
Detroit, MI 672,662 107 2 1.9 159.07 2.97 19
Nashville, TN 669,053 71 0 (4) 106.12 (5) 33
Portland, OR 653,115 37 2 5.4 56.65 3.06 18
Memphis, TN 650,618 117 2 1.7 179.83 3.07 17
Oklahoma City, OK 649,021 73 2 2.7 112.48 3.08 16
Las Vegas, NV 644,644 59 1 1.7 91.52 1.55 24
Louisville, KY 620,118 66 6 9.1 106.43 9.68 4
Baltimore, MD 602,495 34 0 (4) 56.43 (5) 34
Milwaukee, WI 592,025 61 0 (4) 103.04 (5) 35
Albuquerque, NM 560,218 85 7 8.2 151.73 12.50 2
Tucson, AZ 545,975 81 4 4.9 148.36 7.33 6
Fresno, CA 530,093 21 0 (4) 39.62 (5) 36
Mesa, AZ 508,958 44 2 4.5 86.45 3.93 12
Sacramento, CA 508,529 50 8 16.0 98.32 15.73 1
(1) Ranked by city population. Pedalcyclists are defined by the National Highway Safety Administration as bicyclists and other cyclists including riders of two-wheeled, nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles and unicycles. (2) Population of 500,000 or more. (3) Cities with the same pedalcyclist 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.