Collision Information System

The Collision Information System (CIS) allows users to query and analyze data of traffic collisions on provincial jurisdiction highways. The data comes from the ICBC Traffic Accident System database. Data is available back to 1987. All accidents in the system are located on the Landmark Kilometre Inventory.

Last update: January, 2013

Major Functions of CIS

Description

1

Selecting a subset of the collision data

The CIS provides a variety of methods for selecting any subset of the collision data for subsequent analysis.

2

Fatal / Injury / PDO Counts Program

Lists the total number of collisions, the number of fatal/injury/PDO collisions, and the number of fatalities and injuries by year or at each separate location where there is at least one collision.

3

Collision Prone Locations

Provides a list of point locations where user specified thresholds for collision rate, frequency and severity are exceeded, or where one type of collision is occurring disproportionately.

4

Collision Prone Sections

Provides a list of highway segments where user specified thresholds for collision rate, frequency and severity are exceeded, or where one type of collision is occurring disproportionately.

5

Details Report

For each collision in a user specified data subset, the details report provides every piece of information from the MV6020 form (excluding personal information).

6

Summary Report

For each collision in a user specified data subset, the summary report lists the most important fields from the MV6020 form (e.g. collision date, time, location, type, total killed, total injured, primary occurrence, etc.).

7

Collision Histogram

A graphical representation of a segment of road showing the number of collisions of each severity every 100 m.

8

Collision Rate Table

A table where the columns are highway classification, the rows are traffic volume ranges, and a number of different cell entries are possible including, collision rate, fatality rate, critical rate, # or % of fatal, injury and PDO collisions, etc. Used to calculate provincial average collision rates.

9

Specified Sections Analysis

Performs collision rate and other analyses on sections of highway defined in an uploaded CSV file.

 

Public Requests for Collision Data

The Collision Information System is not publicly available. Public requests for collision data should be directed to ICBC.

Contact ICBC for collision information data.

Contact Information

Telephone: 250 387-3198
Fax: 250 356-7706
Mailing
Address:
PO BOX 9850 STN PROV GOVT Victoria BC V8W 9T5
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