A new interactive map from Metrocosm depicts each of the 373,377 deaths on U.S. roads from 2004 and 2013.
Zoom into Oahu and you’ll see those deaths includes hundreds of pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers in Honolulu.
The map also shows you the contributing factors of alcohol, speeding and distracted driving.
Here’s a screenshot of the interactive map of road fatalities on Oahu.
At least one male bicyclist died on South King Street, where a new protected bike lane has inspired a lot of controversy.
Distracted driving was a common factor contributing to pedestrian deaths on the south shore of Oahu.
The green circles indicate that distracted driving contributed to these deaths. The yellow figures indicate pedestrians.
On Maui, alcohol was a major contributing factor in numerous deaths.
The white circles around each figure show that alcohol was involved.
On the Big Island, speeding seems like a bigger problem.
The purple circles around the figures indicate that speeding helped cause the road fatalities.
Click here to explore the interactive map for yourself.
Read more about the national findings from CityLab.
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