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Table 3: Truck Collision Rates and Trends

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Collisions Collisions Collisions Collisions Change in
per 100 per 1,000 per 100,000 per 100,000 Collision Rate
million km trucks people people per capita,
(1991) (1998) 1991-1998
Nfld 269.3 49.7 85.3 54.0 -36.8%
PEI 119.3 21.4 88.5 65.4 -26.0%
NS 85.1 43.5 94.6 67.2 -29.0%
NB 298.1 65.4 159.1 91.5 -42.5%
Que 357.8 207.6 219.4 210.8 -3.9%
Ont 120.6 88.3 137.3 126.9 -7.6%
Man 127.8 61.1 131.0 102.0 -22.1%
Sask 111.7 20.1 160.7 133.1 -17.2%
Alta 136.0 52.5 191.6 251.6 +31.3%
BC 109.8 40.6 174.3 63.8 -63.4%
Yukon 64.6 23.6 279.3 159.4 -42.9%
NWT 75.8 34.5 147.5 69.1 -53.2%
Canada 160.7 77.9 166.1 145.7 -12.3%

Warning: Some estimates are not reliable

Note: all rates shown are the number of trucks involved in collisions


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