A new study ranks the top ten deadliest highways in the U.S.

Using data from the NHTSA and the FHA, telematics company Geotab has ranked the nation’s highways by both the number of fatal crashes and the number of traffic fatalities over the last 10 years.

America’s 10 Deadliest Highways (By Number of Traffic Fatalities)

  1. Florida US-1. 1011 fatal crashes, 1079 fatalities.
  2. Tennessee I-40. 437 fatal crashes, 517 fatalities.
  3. New Mexico I-40. 344 fatal crashes, 395 fatalities.
  4. Alabama I-65. 336 fatal crashes, 389 fatalities.
  5. Texas U.S. 83. 268 fatal crashes, 336 fatalities.
  6. South Carolina I-95. 244 fatal crashes, 301 fatalities.
  7. Louisiana Highway 90. 271 fatal crashes, 295 fatalities.
  8. Arizona I-40. 249 fatal crashes. 293 fatalities.
  9. Washington I-5. 245 fatal crashes, 258 fatalities.
  10. North Carolina I-95. 201 fatal crashes, 240 fatalities

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