Publications: Upper Peninsula Reports



Michigan Upper Peninsula reports with data for age, alcohol and/or drugs, and deer crashes. This section also contains information for crash, unit, and person levels in a crash.

Quick crash statistics and a crash watch detailing the frequency of crash statistics in the current year.

Crash data in 1, 5, and 10-year trend reports including information on vehicle registrations, VMT, mileage death rates, cost of crashes, crash type, occupant age, had-been-drinking crashes, restraint use, gender, and other various crash summary trends.

Circumstances common to all traffic units in a crash: month, construction zone, roadway type, rural/urban area, crash type, relationship to roadway, time and severity, day of week, road condition, weather condition, light condition, intersection, and traffic control type.

Characteristics specific to individual traffic units: vehicle type, driver condition, driver restraint, driver alcohol involvement, driver drug use, action prior to crash, most harmful event, vehicle defects, driver hazardous action, bicyclists, pedestrians, snowmobiles, ORV/ATVs, farm equipment, driver gender, person age, and crash rate per licensed driver. Detailed information for red-light-running crashes and heavy truck/bus crashes is also located in this section.