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Lima, Ohio 45801-4311
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Unit: crashes over 5 year study


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Pedestrian Crashes - City of Lima

Value: 82 crashes
Measurement Period: 2012-2016
Location: City of Lima, Ohio
Comparison: Ohio cities 30,000 - 50,000 population
Categories: Transportation / Personal Vehicle Travel Transportation / Public Safety
What is this Indicator?  This indicator shows the total number of pedestrian crashes that occurred in the City of Lima during the study period 2012 - 2016.  With respect to raw numbers of pedestrian crashes the City of Euclid (87) in Cuyahoga County had the most pedestrian crashes when compared to Ohio cities of similar size.  The City of Lima ranked second with 82 pedestrian crashes; while, the City of Lancaster (79) ranked third.  When a standard crash rate, i.e. "crashes per 100,000 population", is applied, the City of Lima ranked first with a crash rate of 211.5; while, the City of Lancaster ranked second with a crash rate of 203.7  and Euclid ranked third with a crash rate of 177.8.

Why this is important?   Numbers of pedestrian crashes, as are all crashes, indicators of the safety of county and township roads, city streets, as well as state and interstate highways.   Tracking and examining the crash contributing factors allows planners, engineers, law enforcement, as well as emergency responders to identify problems and work to reduce the incidence of these events. 

Technical Note:   This is the number of crashes that occurred in Allen County during 2012 - 2016 study period compared to the number of crashes occurring in Ohio cities of similar size - 30,000 to 50,000. 
Source:    Pedestrian Crashes 2012-2016 - Ohio Cities with Population Between 30,000 - 50,000
URL of Source:    Pedestrian Crashes 2012-2016 Ohio Cities of Similar Size
Maintained by: Lima Allen County Regional Planning Commission