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CrashMap updated

10 September 2012

Less than a year after it launched, Crash Map UK  has been updated to include the latest government data on road crashes and new features to help community groups and campaigners.
 
CrashMap is designed to be an extremely easy to use tool that will allow you to find out information about road traffic crashes on Britain’s roads. This is based on official government data that has processed to make it much more accessible to members of the public. It has been developed by a very experienced team of collision analysts and road safety professionals with extensive experience of making road casualty data available to the press and public; especially online.

CrashMap receives up to 16,000 searches a day from members of the public and local campaign groups keen to understand the road risk in their communities. CrashMap also has around 4,500 registered user accounts for those who want to download detailed collision reports.
 

More information is available here.

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