In urban areas, two out of three people killed are vulnerable road users (pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists). This proportion is even more than three-quarters for some cities such as Greater Paris, Toulouse, Nice Côte d'Azur, Rennes, Toulon-Provence-Méditerranée and Angers Loire.
31% of people killed in urban areas are pedestrians. Their modal share (in number of trips) varies from 24% for Bordeaux Metropole to 46% for Paris.
In urban areas, 10% of people killed in 2020 were cyclists. Their modal share (in number of trips) ranges from 0.3% for Saint-Etienne to 7.7% for Strasbourg, where cyclists represent 11% of those killed (Strasbourg Eurometropolis).
Motorized two-wheeler users represent 27% of those killed in urban areas, with a modal share (in number of trips) of less than 4%. In some cities, one out of two road users killed is a motorized two-wheeler: Tours Métropole Val de Loire, Nice Côte d'Azur and Brest Métropole.