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Tulsa Stats


From 2011-2016, in the City of Tulsa there were 921 collisions that involved a person walking/running and 346 that collisions involving a person riding a bicycle. This includes 91 pedestrian fatalities and 4 bicycle fatalities.


Tulsa pedestrians involved in a collision are nine times more likely to be killed or seriously injured than someone in an car.

(Source: ODOT SAFE-T Collision Database, City of Tulsa 2008-2015)


Tulsa cyclists involved in a collision are five times more likely to be killed or seriously injured than someone in an car.

(Source: ODOT SAFE-T Collision Database, City of Tulsa 2008-2015)


Nationally, pedestrians are over-represented in the crash data, accounting for nearly 18 percent of all traffic fatalities but only 10.9 percent of trips.

(Source: FHWA)


The total cost of pedestrian injury among children ages 14 and younger is $5.2 billion per year.

(Source: FHWA)