What are the key issues?
In 2013, there were 368 collisions in Stockton-On-Tees, resulting in 418 casualties. There were 6 fatalities, 44 serious casualties and 368 slight casualties.
In 2013, there were 228 car occupant casualties in Stockton-On-Tees. Of the 228 casualties, 10 were ‘serious’, 2 were ‘fatal’ and 216 were ‘slight’.
The most recent trend analysis shows that there were 59 young car occupant casualties and 18 elderly car occupant casualties. Young drivers represent almost one-quarter of all car occupant casualties.
In 2013, there were 72 pedestrian casualties a significant rise of 25 (53%) on the previous year. The breakdown in severity of pedestrian casualties were 2 (fatal), 13 (serious) and 57 (slight).
In 2013, there were 62 pedal cyclist casualties. The breakdown in severity of pedal cycle collisions were 2 (fatal), 10 (serious) and 50 (slight).
In 2013, there were 29 motorcycle casualties. The breakdown in severity of motorcycle casualties were 9 serious and 20 slight casualties.
The 2011 Census states that only 6.2% of the working population travel actively to work.
In Stockton-On-Tees, an estimated 58.4% of people are active.
In Stockton-On-Tees, an estimated 26.1% of adults are classed as obese.
In Stockton-On-Tees, more than one in five children aged 11 years old are obese.