Table 2

Prevalence and extent of speeding among different vehicle types in the city of Sao Paulo (2015–2018).

Baseline 2015 (N=89 058)Round 2 2016 (N=41 800)Round 3 2016 (N=61 526)Round 4 2017 (N=64 767)Round 5 2017 (N=53 755)Round 6 2018 (N=51 892)Round 7 2018 (N=51 866)Total 2015–2018 (N=414 664)
All vehicles above speed limit*8.06%8.26%4.92%7.89%8.90%12.47%13.54%8.93%
 Motorcycles37.81%33.61%22.73%39.06%35.49%46.20%42.91%37.92%
 Private cars6.84%6.25%4.17%5.49%6.76%9.72%10.91%7.01%
 Trucks3.92%4.79%3.01%3.80%4.28%5.48%5.81%4.34%
 Buses and minivans4.05%4.75%2.51%3.29%2.24%3.44%5.02%3.57%
All vehicles above speed limit (<20%)6.05%5.93%3.87%5.79%6.37%8.61%8.99%6.40%
 Motorcycles23.32%19.59%15.71%25.10%22.14%26.23%22.97%22.64%
 Private cars5.47%4.93%3.37%4.32%5.18%7.40%8.11%5.44%
 Trucks3.19%3.84%2.48%3.21%3.48%4.38%4.44%3.50%
 Buses and minivans3.46%4.10%2.19%2.96%2.03%3.07%4.07%3.08%
All vehicles above speed limit (≥20%)2.01%2.32%1.05%2.10%2.53%3.87%4.55%2.53%
 Motorcycles14.48%14.02%7.03%13.96%13.35%19.97%19.94%15.28%
 Private cars1.37%1.32%0.80%1.17%1.58%2.32%2.81%1.57%
 Trucks0.73%0.95%0.53%0.59%0.80%1.10%1.37%0.84%
 Buses and minivans0.58%0.66%0.33%0.33%0.21%0.37%0.95%0.49%
  • *General and total prevalences refer to all vehicles observed, and not only the vehicle types specified here.