According to the U.S. Department of Transportation:
The nation lost 35,092 people in traffic crashes in 2015, ending a 5-decade trend of declining fatalities with a 7.2 percent increase in deaths from 2014.
DOT also notes:
Each year, unfortunately, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities comprise about 16 percent of all traffic fatalities with approximately 5,000 pedestrian deaths and 800 bicyclist deaths. Another 65,000 pedestrians and 48,000 bicyclists are injured in roadway crashes annually.
Recognizing this, a growing number of law enforcement agencies have released data on these crashes, in an effort to promote awareness and to create an opportunity for innovation partnerships to reduce the number of crashes. This data can also be used to help understand the role of traffic enforcement and to inform analyses of stops data.
The agencies below have released data on vehicle, bicycle, and/or pedestrian crashes.
Don't see your agency's data on the list below?
|Chapel Hill Police Department||Chapel Hill||NC||https://goo.gl/Krlps2||Pedestrian Crashes|
|Chapel Hill Police Department||Chapel Hill||NC||https://goo.gl/4ckhlQ||Bicycle Crashes|
|Dallas Police Department||Dallas||TX||https://goo.gl/8Q0IqK||Accidents|
|Denver Police Department||Denver||CO||https://goo.gl/NkW81S||Traffic Accidents|
|Fayetteville Police Department||Fayetteville||NC||https://goo.gl/KlPqRx||Accidents|
|Harlingen Police Department||Harlingen||TX||https://goo.gl/LH9L0y||Crash Data|
|Hartford Police Department||Hartford||CT||https://goo.gl/WXAk64||Accidents|
|Newport News Police Department||Newport News||VA||https://goo.gl/rYMuI6||Accident Reports|
|Northampton Police Department||Northampton||MA||https://goo.gl/MJM7gU||Motor Vehicle Collisions|
|Rancho Cucamonga Police Department||Rancho Cucamonga||CA||https://goo.gl/REI2dg||Accidents|