Road deaths in European countries 2016-2018

This statistic shows the number of road deaths per million population of selected European countries between 2016 and 2018. In all three years, Norway was the country with the lowest number of road deaths. Following, Switzerland road deaths increased in the last two years, but is still low in comparison to the other countries. Bulgaria had the highest number of road deaths among these countries, with 97 deaths per million population as of 2018.

Number of road deaths in selected European countries from 2016 to 2018*

Romania 979996
Croatia 738077
Latvia 807077
Poland 807575
Greece 766864
Hungary 626464
Czech Republic 585562
Lithuania 666761
Cyprus 545461
Luxembourg 564260
Portugal 575859
Italy 545655
Belgium 565453
Estonia 543651
France 525249
Austria 504746
Slovenia 635044
Finland 474341
Germany 393940
Netherlands 313639
Spain 393939
Wales 333333
Sweden 272532
Irish Republic 393331
Denmark 373030
Scotland 352729
Northern Ireland 373429
Great Britain 282828
United Kingdom 282828
England 272827
Switzerland 262727
Norway 262020
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Release date

September 2019


Europe, EU

Survey time period

2016 to 2018*

Supplementary notes

* Data for 2018 is provisional.

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