Number of non-fatal road traffic injuries in Norway 2006-2017

This statistic illustrates how many people were non-fatally injured in road traffic accidents in Norway annually between 2006 and 2017. In the period of consideration, road traffic with non-fatally injuries presented a trend of decline with some oscillation. In 2007, Norway recorded the highest number of such injuries, with 12.1 thousand accidents. The smallest amount of accidents occured in 2017, when 5.3 thousand people were non-fatally injuried in road traffic accidents. This value represents a decrease of roughly 56 percent in comparison with 2007.

Number of people non-fatally injured in road traffic accidents in Norway from 2006 to 2017

Number of people injured
20175,262
20165,539
20155,687
20146,291
20136,842
20128,195
20118,363
20109,130
20099,844
200810,868
200712,082
200611,126
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Release date

2018

Region

Norway

Survey time period

2006 to 2017

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