Fatalities in U.S. rail transit by person type 2008

Fatalities in U.S. rail transit by person type from 2003 to 2008

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Release date

2009

Region

United States

Survey time period

2003 to 2008

Supplementary notes

Explanations regarding the four person types:
Passenger: Individual on-board a rail transit vehicle or boarding or alighting a rail transit vehicle.
Patron: Individual waiting for or leaving rail transit at stations, in mezzanines, on stairs, escalators, or elevators, in parking lots and other transit-controlled property.
Worker: Rail transit agency employee or contractor.
Public: All others who come into contact with the rail transit system, including pedestrians, automobile drivers, trespassers, and suicides.

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