EVERY PLANE CRASH GETS A NEWS SPOT, BUT THE 100-PLUS vehicular deaths that occur each day in the U.S. rarely attract attention. Our familiarity with driving makes us feel safe. But operating a 2-ton metal tank running on combustible fuel is risky. Even walking isn’t safe anymore: Pedestrian deaths are up, thanks in large part to the recent supremacy of the SUV, whose taller profile is more likely to land a fatal blow to the chest than a glancing one to the knees. Here, we show how those strikes fit into the 42,246 total transit deaths in 2016.