Motor Vehicle Fatalities
In financial terms, motor vehicle crashes cost society an estimated US$300 billion each year. In terms of human life, the cost is much greater. In order to make roads as safe as possible, government transportation departments and law enforcement agencies must make well-informed decisions about things like engineering adjustments and resource allocation.
This interactive SAS Visual Analytics report shows how state departments of transportation (DOTs) and police can uncover crash causes and identify possible trouble spots quickly so potentially life-saving changes can be made to correct problems.