Heads Up

We're All responsible

It’s time to face the facts: 29% of all fatalities on Utah roads involve people who aren’t even in a car. That’s almost 100 pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists killed on Utah roads each year. The road belongs to all of us. It’s a privilege we share, and it’s about time we take responsibility and keep each other safe. Only together can we reach our goal of Zero Fatalities.

NEARLY ONE THIRD OF FATAL CRASHES ON OUR ROADS INVOLVE PEOPLE WHO AREN’T EVEN IN A CAR

8  Bicyclists Lost in 2020

36  Pedestrians Lost in 2020

45  Riders Lost in 2020

WHEN WE ALL WORK TOGETHER ON UTAH ROADS, WE CAN REACH ZERO FATALITIES

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We're All Responsible

Let's Keep Everyone Safe and Share the Road

95%

Of bicycle and Motorcycle Crashes Occur in Urban Areas

Most Crashes Involving bikes Pedestrians, Motorcycles and Cars

Happen in Intersections