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Table 1 Annual numbers and rates of traffic injuries that resulted in death or hospital inpatient treatment

From: Injuries to pedal cyclists on New Zealand roads, 1988-2007

  Annual number of injuries Annual number of injuries per million hours spent travelling
(95% CI)
Mode of travel 1988-91 1996-99 2003-07 1988-91 1996-99 2003-07
Overall
Cyclists 941 512 682 25.61
(23.97, 27.25)
21.38
(19.53, 23.23)
30.74
(28.43, 33.04)
Car/van driver 2081 2051 1714 4.24
(4.06, 4.42)
3.22
(3.08, 3.36)
2.10
(2.00, 2.20)
Car/van passenger 1568 1428 1086 5.64
(5.36, 5.92)
4.67
(4.43, 4.91)
2.89
(2.71, 3.06)
Motorcyclist 1655 895 784 185.14
(176.22, 194.06)
161.77
(151.18, 172.37)
107.64
(100.11, 115.17)
Pedestrian 743 638 471 4.29
(3.98, 4.60)
3.40
(3.14, 3.67)
2.38
(2.17, 2.60)
Serious injuries (AIS 3 )
Cyclists 377 117 138 10.27
(9.23, 11.30)
4.86
(3.98, 5.75)
6.24
(5.21, 7.28)
Car/van driver 886 774 629 1.81
(1.69,1.93)
1.22
(1.13, 1.30)
0.77
(0.71, 0.83)
Car/van passenger 643 516 367 2.31
(2.13, 2.49)
1.69
(1.54, 1.83)
0.98
(0.88, 1.08)
Motorcyclist 483 273 190 54.05
(49.23, 58.87)
49.24
(43.39, 55.09)
26.11
(22.40, 29.82)
Pedestrian 362 254 187 2.09
(1.88, 2.31)
1.36
(1.19, 1.52)
0.95
(0.81, 1.08)