Safety Action Plan 2004(266 KB) The year 2003 was the deadliest for motorcyclists in over
a decade. In 2003, 100 motorcyclists died in crashes. There were
also 2,512 crashes involving motorcycles and 2,408 motorcyclist
injuries including 654 who were seriously injured. In response
to these fatalities and injuries, the Wisconsin State Patrol has
developed the 2004 Motorcycle Safety Action Plan based on
several public meetings held to date. The Plan's overall
measurement of success will be to reduce the rate of
motorcyclist fatalities and injuries within Wisconsin below 2003
levels. The plan represents a roadmap to address the immediate
problem, and to demonstrate progress. Note that because the
focus of the 2004 action plan is on those strategies which will
affect the 2004 riding season, the 2004 action plan will not
include all the long-range strategies (more than one year to
develop) and ideas that have been obtained to date. Instead,
long-range strategies will be addressed and included in the
Department's Highway Safety Strategic Plan to begin development
later in 2004.
Statistical and technical reports
figures A comprehensive publication covering a wide range of driver
and vehicle topics including accidents, dealers, licensing,
driver testing, revocations and suspensions.
Weekly fatality report
Contains figures representing traffic fatalities occurring on
public trafficways in Wisconsin reported to the Division of
Motor Vehicles -Traffic Accident Section as of the date shown at
the top of the page. Also includes links to fatalities by
county and by month.
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