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Auckland accounts for 50% of reported pedestrian hospitalisations. Despite having very high population bases, Wellington and Canterbury account for just 8% and 7% of hospitalisations respectively.

 

 

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Core dashboard information

Definition

Pedestrian hospitalisations > 1 night as a result of motor vehicle crashes. Number of people hospitalised for more than one day as a result of an on-road motor vehicle crash. Excludes deaths in hospital. Data for analysis provided to MoT by NZ Health Information Service, MoH.

Nature of data

Quantitative
Primary source

Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Health

Custodian of data Ministry of Transport
URL

Regional breakdowns have not been previously published. National totals are available at  http://www.transport.govt.nz/assets/Uploads/Research/Documents/Motor-Vehicle-Crashes-2016/f579513b8b/HOSPITAL-2016.xlsx, 'over 1 day' tab.

Frequency Annual
Disaggregation Regional
Quality of the data Reliable
Next Update August