The state saw a small increase in pedestrian-involved crashes and deaths in 2017 as compared to the previous year.
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Data from the Arizona Department of Transportation shows 1,475 total pedestrian crashes in the state. Almost half of them -- 718 crashes -- occurred outside of an intersection.
A total of 324 were classified as hit-and-runs.
Two hundred sixteen people died in pedestrian-involved crashes in 2017, compared to 189 fatalities in 2016.
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Arizona was named the deadliest state for pedestrians in a recent study by the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.
Click on each point in the map below to see detailed information about each pedestrian-involved in Arizona in 2017. Points in red indicate that the crash occurred at an intersection.
ADOT previously released statistics for vehicle crashes across Arizona in 2017. Take a look at the chart below to see statistics from 2016 and 2017.