Preliminary numbers show that nearly 400 people died on Minnesota roads in 2016. And Traffic Safety officials project when the numbers are finalized, the number could reach as many as 412 road deaths. That’s one more than the total in 2015. According to the early numbers, there were 362 fatal crashes, including 53 motorcyclists, 7 bicyclists. 60 pedestrians were killed in 2016–the highest that number has been since 1991. The numbers show speed is a factor in one in five fatalities and drunk driving is a factor in one in four fatalities. Half of the people killed in car crashes last year were not wearing a seat belt.