North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Data Tool

Pedestrian Crash Data

Each year in NC more than 2,000 pedestrians are involved in police-reported crashes with motor vehicles. Between 150 and 200 are killed, and an additional 200 to 300 are seriously injured. Older adults and young children are especially vulnerable.

About the Pedestrian Data

Read background information that's important for you to know.

Pedestrian Crash Data Tables

View standard crash fact tables based on police-reported crashes or crash type tables developed from PBCAT software. Learn more about the situations and events causing pedestrian crashes.

Pedestrian Crash Data Query

Choose from a selected list of variables and create your own tables.

NOTE: Injury severity definitions used in crash reporting changed in 2016.
"A: Disabling-type Injury" was changed to "A: Suspected Serious Injury" and "B: Evident Injury" was changed to "B: Suspected Minor Injury." The data query results will show the latter label for all years for consistency. However, these definition changes likely affect the comparisons of Bicyclist Injury, Pedestrian Injury, Driver Injury, and Crash Severity variables across years.