Pedestrian Injuries Indicator

Pedestrian Injuries measures the rate at which residents are killed or injured by motor vehicle collisions while walking per 100,000 residents in the City of St. Louis

Latest Measure (2016)

Pedestrian Injuries Score 40 Indicator scores are represented on a scale from 1 to 100.
Disparity Ratio 2.01 Disparity direction: black-white
Pedestrians killed or injured by motor vehicles collisions per 100,000 residents

Black residents are twice as likely to be killed or injured by cars while walking as white residents.

Source: St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department; American Communit y Survey 1-year estimates


  • Score Last Updated: Unknown
  • Next Update: Unknown