Maryland transportation officials say 2022 saw no change in the number of highway fatalities. Last year, they reported 532 fatal crashes, which is the same as 2021. However, there were 131 more pedestrian deaths and deadly bicycle crashes increased by six. Officials say the main causes of highway deaths include speeding and aggressive driving, drug and/or alcohol impairment, distracted driving and failure to use seat belts. The release of the data comes as Maryland launches a new Crash Fatality Dashboard to offer in-depth analysis of statewide fatal crash data.