Reported road casualties in Great Britain, main results: 2015
- Department for Transport
- Part of:
- Road accidents and safety statistics, Road safety, Casualties involved in reported road accidents (RAS30), and Reported road accidents (RAS10)
- First published:
- 30 June 2016
Personal injury accident statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2015.
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Statistics on personal injury accidents on public roads in Great Britain.
In reported road traffic accidents in 2015:
- road deaths decreased by 2% compared with 2014, falling to 1,732
- the number of people seriously injured decreased by 3% to 22,137
- there were a total of 186,209 casualties of all severities
- 140,086 personal-injury road traffic accidents were reported to the police
- reported child casualties fell by 4% to 16,101, compared with 2014
- traffic volumes rose by 1.6% compared with 2014
Figures for deaths refer to people who sustained injuries which caused death less than 30 days after the accident. A more comprehensive analysis of 2015 casualty statistics will be published later this year in Reported road casualties Great Britain, annual report.
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Published: 30 June 2016