Table 3 - Predicted Number of Fatal Crashes Attributed to the Speed-Limit Increase on Rural Interstates

Table 3 - Predicted Number of Fatal Crashes Attributed to the Speed-Limit Increase on Rural Interstates

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State First, percent Second, percent Predicted 1988 Predicted 1996 Predicted 1997 Predicted 1998
Alabama  0.0 24.8     57.0     49.7     63.3     52.1
Arizona 41.0  0.0     82.3    103.0     98.0    140.0
Arkansas 32.6  0.0     25.6     38.0     28.0     46.0
Florida  0.0 37.2    153.0     84.5    121.0     96.9
Georgia  0.0 30.0     65.0     76.9     56.2     65.4
Illinois 21.9  0.0     59.9     68.0     71.0     74.0
Iowa 35.8  0.0     21.4     21.0     22.0     21.0
Kansas 23.1  0.0     19.5     18.0     23.0     14.0
Maine 18.4  0.0     16.9      8.0     12.0     14.0
Maryland  0.0 37.4     19.0     10.9     18.9     13.1
Michigan 46.7  0.0     30.0     46.0     40.0     46.0
Minnesota 25.7  0.0     16.7     15.0     12.0     31.0
Missouri 13.0 42.2     47.8     61.2     65.4     68.9
Nebraska 35.5  0.0     14.8     21.0     22.0     28.0
Nevada  0.0 27.1     32.0     41.7     34.6     48.8
New Hampshire 21.4  0.0     15.7     10.0     10.0      8.0
New Mexico 15.8 25.5     67.4     67.7     83.7     81.3
North Carolina 42.6  0.0     53.3     71.0     50.0     53.0
Ohio 46.6  0.0     32.1     46.0     44.0     39.0
Pennsylvania  0.0 36.4     69.0     46.9     39.6     49.1
Tennessee 15.5 40.4     63.2     61.3     49.9     69.1
Texas  0.0 18.0    236.0    186.4    183.9    169.5
Virginia 31.6  0.0     48.6     59.0     71.0     62.0
Washington 24.5  0.0     32.1     43.0     30.0     39.0
West Virginia 46.2  0.0     19.8     48.0     40.0     34.0
Wisconsin 24.3  0.0     19.3     27.0     25.0     20.0
Predicted total      1,317.3  1,329.3  1,314.4  1,383.2
Actual total      1,516.0  1,530.0  1,525.0  1,596.0
Approximate increase        198.7    200.7    210.6    212.8
Percentage increase        15.09    15.10    16.02    15.39