|Incidentsa,b (includes accidents)||90,163||83,139||73,831||64,986||70,693||62,471||59,392||61,561||60,094||58,703|
|Rates per 100 million vehicle-milesc|
|Fatalities (all reportable incidents)||13.6||12.1||10.9||11.1||12.4||10.5||10.1||10.2||10.1||10.2|
|Injuries (all reportable incidents)||2,191||2,103||2,195||2,077||2,254||2,183||2,122||2,078||1,976||1,890|
|Property damaged (current $ millions)||38.0||37.5||37.5||44.9||38.4||46.3||57.6||55.5||61.5||55.3|
KEY: R = revised.
a Totals do not include data for cable car, inclined plane, jitney, and ferry boat. These data appear in the footnotes for table 2-33.
b Accidents include collisions with other vehicles, objects, and people (except suicides), and derailments/buses going off the road. Incidents include accidents plus personal casualties (inside vehicles, inside stations, and boarding and alighting vehicle) and fires.
c Fatality and injury rates are based on total incidents including accidents and were calculated by dividing the number of fatalities, injuries, and incidents in this table by the number of vehicle miles.
d Total does not include property damage for cable car, inclined plane, jitney, and ferry boat, which were: 1990-$335,000; 1991-$410,000; 1992-$288,000; 1993-$221,000; 1994-$322,000; 1995-$3,263,000; 1996-$157,000; 1997-$67,000; 1998-$24,000, 1999-$104,000.
NOTES: Data are provided only for transit systems that furnished safety data for inclusion in the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration Safety Management Information Statistics (SAMIS) annual reports.
Transit vehicle-miles in this table differ from those reported in Chapter 1.The American Public Transit Association, which is the source for the vehicle-miles table in Chapter 1, includes all transit systems, while SAMIS covers only directly operated urban transit systems.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Safety Management Information Statistics (SAMIS) 1999 Annual Report (Cambridge, MA: March 2001).