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Most Dangerous Roads in America

THE 25 MOST DANGEROUS HIGHWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES CALCULATED BY FATALITIES PER MILE (UPDATED] 35 Atlanta, GA (I-75) 4 Grants Pass, OR (US-199) Kingsport, TN (US-11 W) 9 199 35 11 Washington D.C./New Stanton, PA - Tied (1-66) Baltimore, MD (1-83) j 6 19jj Nashville, TN (I-65) 75 66 29 jji Nashville, TN (I-24) Charlotte, NC (1-85) ij 30 65 59 Los Angeles, CA (I-5) N. Charleston, SC (1-26) 8 17 Charleston, SC (US-17) iij 31 11W El Paso, TX/Houston, TX - Tied (1-10) 24 45 26 85 95 36 iiII Dallas, TX (1-20) Dallas, TX (1-30) i¡j34 30 20 39 ii Phoenix, AZ (I-17) 35W 175 Jacksonville, FL (1-95) †İI1 48 35E 45 12 10 10 Sahuarita, AZ (1-19) 7 290 Orlando, FL (I-4) 11 Baton Rouge, LA (I-12) 13 4 Houston, TX (1-45) ¡¡¡¡ 92. 92 Kissimmee, FL (US-192) 10 Deadliest city on highway 17 ij Fort Worth, TX (1-35W) Houston, TX (I-10) 1IIII 58 Confirmed fatalities in this location Dallas, TX (US-175) 14 192 Dallas, TX (I-35E)j 19 .7+ deaths/mi .5 - .599 deaths/mi 18 ji Tampa, FL (US-92) .6 - .699 deaths/mi .4 - .499 deaths/mi MOST COMMON FIRST HARMFUL EVENTS Motor vehicle in transport Overturn Pedestrian Parked motor vehicle Guardrail face Embankment Tree Ditch Pedalcyclist Concrete barrier Most common Most common first day of week harmful events Position increase/decrease, new or unchanged since 2011-2015 Total traffic fatalities 2016-2019 Most common Most common single hour of the day day of month Deaths per mile of highway Length of highway (miles) Most common month Deadliest city on highway AA. INTERSTATE 132 mi. MAR 11 SUN 00:00-00:59 4 150 i • 1.134 Tampa, FL Orlando, FL Daytona Beach, FL INTERSTATE TEXAS 285 mi. ОСТ SAT 02:00-02:59 45 260 i 0.913 Dallas TX Houston, TX Galveston, TX 75 mi. 192 JUN 16 WED 19:00-19:59 65 i 0.867 Four Corners, FL Kissimmee, FL Indialantic, FL JAN 5 FRI INTERSTATE 146 mi. 14:00-14:59 17 ARIZONA 103 i 0.707 Flagstaff, AZ Phoenix, AZ 92 AAA 177 mi. JAN 15 WED 20:00-20:59 NEW 125 i 0.706 St. Petersburg, FL Tampa, FL Daytona Beach, FL Tie INTERSTATE 86 mi. ОСТ 2 SAT 01:00-01:59 NEW 12 57 i 0.666 Baton Rouge, LA Slidell, LA AAA INTERSTATE 367 mi. MAY 26 FRI 05:00-05:59 NEW 30 237 i 0.646 Aledo, TX Dallas, TX North Little Rock, AR INTERSTATE 1,908 mi. JUN 30 SAT 02:00-02:59 3 95 1,215 i 0.637 Miami, FL Jacksonville, FL Houlton, ME INTERSTATE 63 mi. MAY 4 WED 00:00-00:59 ARIZONA NEW. 19 40 i Nogales, AZ Sahuarita, AZ Tucson, AZ AAA INTERSTATE 666 mi. MAY 23 SUN 04:00-04:59 15 0.613 85 408 i Montgomery, AL Charlotte, NC Petersburg, VA INTERSTATE 1,381 mi. AUG 12 SUN 01:00-01:59 15 0.609 5 841 i San Ysidro, CA Los Angeles, CA Blaine, WA //// 2,460 mi. MAY| 6 03:00-03:59 SAT INTERSTATE 94 0.597 10 1,469 i Santa Monica, CA Tied: Houston, TX / El Paso, TX Jacksonville, FL AA 1,539 mi. INTERSTATE JUL 27 SUN 02:00-02:59 介 1 0.549 20 845 I Scroggins Draw, TX Dallas, TX Florence, SC AAA INTERSTATE 85 mi. SEP 18 THU 02:00-02:59 TEXAS NEW 0.528 35W 45 I Hillsboro, TX Fort Worth, TX Denton, TX INTERSTATE 317 mi. DEC 6 SAT 01:00-01:59 NEW 24 167 i 0.527 Pulleys Mill, IL Nashville, TN East Ridge, TN INTERSTATE 1,786 mi. JUL 8 SAT 04:00-04:59 45 75 930 i 0.521 Miami Lakes, FL Atlanta, GA Sault Ste. Marie, MI INTERSTATE 85 mi. AA NEW 83 MAY 24 FRI 17:00-17:59 43 i 0.506 Baltimore, MD Progress, PA AAA INTERSTATE 305 mi. 26 OCT 6 THU 02:00-02:59 94 0.496 151 I Kingsport, TN North Charlston, SC Charleston, SC INTERSTATE 97 mi. MAY 8 MON 04:00-04:59 AA TEXAS NEW 35E 48 i 0.496 Hillsboro, TX Dallas, TX Denton, TX AA 80 mi. JUN 8. THU 11:00-11:59 47 199 39 i 0.488 Crescent City, CA Grants Pass, OR INTERSTATE 887 mi. 65 OCT 19 SUN 17:00-17:59 430 i 0.485 Mobile, AL Nashville, TN Gary, IN 1,189 mi. APR 1 SAT 21:00-21:59 2 17 549 i 0.462 Punta Gorda, FL Charleston, SC Winchester, VA Tie 111 mi. MAY 19 WED 16:00-16:59 AA NEW 11W 50 i 0.45 Knoxville, TN Kingsport, TN Bristol, VA AAA 114 mi. FEB 10 SUN 00:00-00:59 17 0.447 175 51 i Dallas, TX Jacksonville, FL 76 mi. OCT 15 SUN 10:00-10:59 Tie INTERSTATE NEW. 0.446 66 34 i --- Strasburg, VA Tie: Washington, DC / New Stanton, PA Arlington, VA The 10 Highways That Are No Longer in the Top 25 and How They Fared from 2016-2019° 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 INTERSTATE TEXAS 37 290 0.41 0.44 28th 20 27th V 18 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 INTERSTATE INTERSTATE 78 40th 35 0.38 0.39 430 34th V 17 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 INTERSTATE INTERSTATE 59 40 0.41 0.38 30th 38th 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 INTERSTATE INTERSTATE PENNSYLVANIA 84 15 0.28 0.38 73rd V 51 41st V 18th 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 2016-2019 Rank Rank Change from 2011-2015 INTERSTATE 1 29th 44 0.41 0.38 39th V 14 *Based on an analysis of fatality data gathered on the U.S. numbered and interstate highway systems over a four-year period (2016-2019) Analysis only includes highways with 25 or more total traffic fatalities from 2016-2019 (4-year period) Interstate bypasses and oft-used United States Numbered Highways alternate route designations weren't included in the analysis FIRST HARMFUL EVENT DEFINITIONS AS PROVIDED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: SOURCES: teletracnavman.com Pedestrian: persons traveling on their feet. This also includes persons on Personal Conveyances. A personal conveyance is (1) a human-powered, non-motorized device not propelled by pedaling, (2) such devices even when motorized. Examples include; skateboard riders, people in wheelchairs, roller skates, motorized scooters, etc. nhtsa.gov dot.gov wikipedia.org Pedalcyclist: are bicyclists and other cyclists including riders of two-wheel, nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles, and unicycles powered solely by pedals. Motor Vehicle In Transport: when one motor vehicle collides with another motor vehicle in motion within the trafficway, or on a roadway (in transport). Inclusions: motor vehicle in traffic on a highway, driverless motor vehicle in motion, motionless motor vehicle abandoned on a roadway, disabled motor vehicle on a roadway, etc. In roadway lanes used for travel during rush hours and parking during off peak periods, a parked motor vehicle is "in transport" during periods when parking is forbidden. Teletrac Parked Motor Vehicle: refers to the collision of a motor vehicle in transport with a motor vehicle not in transport. Parked motor vehicles include vehicles parked outside the roadway and those parked in the roadway in lanes not designated for travel at the time of accident. Navman Overturn: is used when a vehicle rotates 90° or more, side-to-side or end-to-end. Also may be referred to as a "rollover". Fixed Object: refers to permanent or semi-permanent structures such as guardrail faces, embankments, trees, concrete traffic barriers, ditches, boulders, impact attenuators, bridges, culverts, etc. TeletracNavman.com

Most Dangerous Roads in America

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This map shows ranks the deadliest highways and interstates across the US by fatalities per mile. Using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration between 2016 and 2019 this chart wa...

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