Nearly 370,000 people died on U.S. roads between 2001 and 2009, and this interactive map shows details of each and every one.

Mapping Every Road Casualty Across America

by / November 29, 2011

Between 2001 and 2009, nearly 370,000 people died on U.S. roads, and an interactive map from ITO World – using official data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – lets users dial down and view each and every one. Each dot -- in blue, green, orange, purple and black -- represents a life lost, and details age, year of crash, male or female, and whether multiple persons were killed. 


Image © ITO World Ltd. Fatality data from FARs (public information). Base mapping © MapQuest 2011, map data © OpenStreetMap and contributors CC-BY-SA.