The California traffic fatalities 2019 data is sourced from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s STSI report. For data tables & charts, see California Traffic Fatalities Data: Vehicle Accident Statistics & Trends.
Key 2019 Takeaways
- There were 3,606 total traffic fatalities in California in 2019.
- 949 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in California in 2019.
- 1,066 speeding-related fatalities in California in 2019.
- 474 motorcyclist fatalities in California in 2019.
- 972 pedestrian fatalities in California in 2019.
- 133 bicyclist fatalities in California in 2019.
- 408 traffic fatalities in 2019 involved a large truck.
- The County with the most traffic fatalities in 2019 was Los Angeles County with 685 total traffic fatalities.
California Traffic Fatalities: 2019 By The Numbers Infographic
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