Data (4 Responses)


  • Crash data is more useful when it includes information that indicates cause or severity. By correlating both on a single map, transportation planners, engineers, and policy makers are able to easily identify problem hot spots, causation trends, and costs.
  • Standardizing crash data and making it publicly available could change how municipalities and the state prioritize their public infrastructure projects and how communities and their representatives think about their local streets.

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