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Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities: 2008-2012 Map


This map shows locations of all pedestrians killed in traffic accidents between 2008 and 2012.

 A Governing analysis found that poorer census tracts recorded disproportionately higher fatality rates. In all, more than 22,000 pedestrians were killed nationwide over the five-year period.
 
Click a marker to display accident location information. For metro area data, please see our metro area map.
 
SOURCE: NHTSA, Fatality Analysis Reporting System
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