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Table 3 Distribution of serious injuries in Vision Zero Areas (n = 136) and Non-vision Zero Areas (n = 497) respectively

From: Incidence of seriously injured road users in a Swedish region, 2003–2014, from the perspective of a national road safety policy

 Vision Zero AreasNon-Vision Zero AreasDifference statisticsdfp-value
Demographic characteristics
Men88 (64.7%)288 (57.9%)   
Women48 (35.3%)209 (42.1%)2.0221.155
Age (mean age and SD)47.62 (22.03)53.07 (23.64)5.8371.016
Road user group
Pedestrian23 (16.9%)141 (28.4%)7.3041.007
Cyclist29 (21.3%)156 (31.4%)5.2291.022
Moped rider4 (2.9%)27 (5.4%)  .271
Motorcycle rider12 (8.8%)26 (5.2%)2.4421.118
Car, bus or lorry driver/passenger68 (50.0%)147 (29.6%)19.8571< .001
Single or multiple crash
Single crash74 (54.4%)314 (63.2%)   
Multiple crash62 (45.6%)183 (36.8%)3.4601.063
Road area
Rural area83 (61.0%)179 (36.0%)   
Urban area53 (39.0%)318 (64.0%)27.5401< .001
  1. Note. Difference statistics are estimated using chi-square tests reporting chi-square statistics with the exception of age where ANOVA was used F-statistics is reported. Fisher’s Exact Test was used when frequency was lower than 5; thus no df or chi-square statistics are presented