The Pandemic’s Expected Impact on Traffic Crashes


We have no precedent to tell us with certainty how current restrictions, economic changes, and fears of infection associated with COVID-19 might affect traffic patterns, crashes and fatalities. Instead, we can look to how changes in the economy have affected driving behaviors and how travel changed during similar, but smaller, epidemics in recent history.


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