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Traffic Safety and Impaired Driving

Traffic Safety and Impaired Driving

Traffic Safety and Impaired Driving

Refers to the efforts that the State of Oklahoma is making to reduce the number and severity of traffic accidents, while maintaining a safe driving environment.

$183.7M
Annual Expenses to Date
Fiscal Year Budget by Funding Source
Agencies Contributing Budget

Traffic Fatalities

Decrease the rate of traffic fatalities per 100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled from 1.48 in 2012 to 1.33 by 2017.

• Today: 
1.41 per 100,000,000 miles
• Target: 
1.33 per 100,000,000 miles

Serious Vehicle Injuries

Decrease the rate of serious injuries per 100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled from 33.9 in 2012 to 30.9 by 2017.

• Today: 
29.9 per 100,000,000 miles
• Target: 
30.9 per 100,000,000 miles

Unrestrained Occupant Fatalities

Decrease the number of automobile fatalities in which victims are not wearing seatbelts from 282 in 2012 to 260 by 2017.

• Today: 
258 fatalities
• Target: 
260 fatalities

Alcohol-Impaired Fatalities

Decrease alcohol-impaired fatalities from 205 in 2012 to 185 by 2017.

• Today: 
154 fatalities
• Target: 
185 fatalities