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

The time line shows the number of injuries in U.S. rail transit by person type from 2003 to 2008. In 2005, 18 rail transit agency employees or contractors were injured in U.S. rail transit.

Injuries 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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