While this site provides access to a wide variety of Federal safety data, there are equally important data sources that are useful for determining exposure data. In addition, State and local governments make a good deal of safety data available. Check out the links below!
Use The National Map Viewer and Download Platform to visualize, inspect, and download our most current topographic base map data and products for free. Managed by the USGS National Geospatial Program (NGP), The National Map Viewer provides access to all eight primary data themes of The National Map.
The US Census Bureau provides DataFerrett, which is a unique data analysis and extraction tool-with recoding capabilities-to customize federal, state, and local data to suit your requirements. (FERRETT stands for Federated Electronic Research, Review, Extraction, and Tabulation Tool.) Using DataFerrett, you can develop an unlimited array of customized spreadsheets that are as versatile and complex as your usage demands.
The NHTS is the authoritative source of national data on the travel behavior of the American public. The dataset allows analysis of daily travel by all modes, including characteristics of the people traveling, their household, and their vehicles.
Community Maps provides Wisconsin’s local law enforcement and Traffic Safety Commissions with an online interface for visualizing and mapping crash data. Fatal crash locations are mapped from 2001 to the present, using FARS- or locally-mapped coordinates.
The Wisconsin Safety Data Resource Portal is organized as a catalog of Wisconsin’s traffic records system, data resources, and stakeholders.
The City of Chicago Open Data Portal provides access to a wide variety of public data, including public safety data.
A dashboard developed by the State of Maryland to measure progress against the goal of reducing violent crime. The dashboard provides access to resources and the underlying data used to measure progress.
Use this online database to learn about North Carolina police reported bicycle and pedestrian crashes. Information for almost 40,000 bicycle and pedestrian crashes with motor vehicles in North Carolina has been compiled to create an interactive database. You can look for standard data tables for certain years or geographic areas, or create your own using our online query tool.