|Passenger car occupants||20,818||47.5|
|Pedestrians struck by motor vehicles||4,906||11.2|
|Pedalcyclists struck by motor vehicles||750||1.7|
|Railroada (excluding grade crossings)||530||1.2|
|Other and unknown motor vehicle occupants||457||1|
|Other nonoccupants struck by motor vehiclesb||149||0.3|
|Waterborne transportation (nonvessel-related)||67||0.2|
|Bus occupants (school, intercity, and transit)||58||0.1|
|Grade crossings (not involving motor vehicles)||57||0.1|
|Waterborne transportation (vessel-related)||44||0.1|
|Gas distribution pipelines||15||0.03|
|Transit buses (not related to accidents)c||11||0.03|
|Hazardous liquid pipelines||4|
|Gas transmission pipelines||2|
|Demand-responsive transit (not related to accidents)||0||0|
|Redundant with abovee|
|Grade crossings with motor vehicles||345|
|Commuter rail (included in railroad)||95|
|Transit bus (accident-related)||91|
|Passengers on railroad trains||14|
|Demand-responsive transit (accident-related)||1|
a Includes fatalities outside trains, except at grade crossings.
b Includes all nonoccupant fatalities, except pedalcyclists and pedestrians.
c Not included under highway submodes. Includes suicides.
d Unless otherwise specified, includes fatalities outside the vehicle.
e For transit bus and demand-responsive transit, occupant fatalities are counted under "bus" and nonoccupant fatalities are counted under "pedestrians," "pedalcyclists," or other motor vehicle categories.
Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics 2000 (Washington, DC: In press), table 2-4.