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Number of pedestrian and vehicle crashes resulting in injury or fatality

Maintenance & Growth | Desired Measure Result: Decrease

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Fort Worth’s streets should be safe for people of all ages and abilities, whether traveling as pedestrians, by bicycle, by transit, or by motor vehicle. The Fort Worth Police Department’s Traffic Division has the primary responsibility of maintaining safe passage on main thoroughfares throughout the city. Analyzing accident data allows the Police and other departments such as Transportation and Public Works to identify potential hazards and find solutions. For the purpose of this measure, roadway accidents are divided into four categories: injury accidents, pedestrian accidents, traffic fatalities, and pedestrian fatalities.

Data Source: Fort Worth Police Department's ReportBeam database.

As a result of various factors, population growth being the most significant, the City of Fort Worth has experienced an overall increase in each accident category. The number of injury accidents increased 3.5 percent, traffic fatalities increased 45.3 percent, pedestrian accidents increased 18.6 percent, and pedestrian fatalities increased 100 percent while population increased approximately 10.1 percent between 2013 and 2017.