Tag: Crash Facts

  • May 18th, 2021

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. The Primary […]

  • May 18th, 2021

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. A rather […]

  • May 18th, 2021

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. The largest […]

  • May 4th, 2021

This report describes efforts to develop improved crash prediction methods for crash type and severity for the three facility types covered in the 2010 Highway Safety Manual (HSM)—specifically, two‐lane rural highways, multilane rural highways, and urban/suburban arterials. For each, models were estimated for undivided and divided (multilane rural and urban/suburban only) segments and three‐ and […]

  • February 26th, 2021

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. Read the […]

  • June 9th, 2020

For this fact sheet, rural and urban boundaries are determined by the State highway departments and approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The State highway departments use the boundaries decided by the Census Bureau. This fact sheet contains information on fatal motor vehicle crashes and fatalities, based on data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting […]

  • November 22nd, 2019

Safety is paramount in the work we do at the Alabama Department of Transportation. It begins with our pre-construction process, where we plan and design the safest roads and bridges possible. Whether it’s planning for new construction, replacing functionally obsolete or structurally deficient bridges, or widening shoulders scored with rumble strips on rural resurfacing projects, […]

  • January 11th, 2018

The National Safety Council helps you estimate the cost of fatal and nonfatal unintentional injuries at home, at work and in public, as well as the cost of motor vehicle injuries.

  • January 5th, 2016

LANDLINEMAG: Traffic deaths increased in many states last year, according to preliminary traffic fatality data for 2015. More than 850 people were killed on Missouri roads in 2015, an 11.4 percent increase from the previous year, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release. Last year’s traffic fatalities were the most since 2009. Nearly […]

  • January 1st, 2016

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. Fatal crashes […]