Number of road deaths in Norway 2006-2017

Number of road traffic fatalities in Norway from 2006 to 2017

by N. Sönnichsen, last edited Aug 19, 2019
Number of road deaths in Norway 2006-2017 In 2017, there were 106 recorded traffic fatalities in Norway. The Scandinavian country had seen the number of road deaths drop significantly in the last ten years and by 2017 reported 20 incidents per one million inhabitants. This was the lowest road fatality prevalence in Europe.
The Norwegian Government follows the multi-national road safety plan “Vision Zero”, which seeks to see the number of fatalities and serious injuries reduced to zero. In its “National Plan of Action for Road Safety” the Government elaborated on its short-term goals of having a maximum of 350 such incidents by 2030.

Non-fatal accidents

In order to reach said goals, the country still has some way to go. Despite more than halving the number of road accidents, by 2017 there were still 5,262 people, who had been non-fatally injured on Norwegian roads.

Vehicle stock

As of 2018, there were a total of 5.52 million vehicles registered in the country. Passenger cars accounted for the lion’s share of these at 2.75 million and were followed by trailers.
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Number of road traffic fatalities in Norway from 2006 to 2017

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