Crash Analysis is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro that can be used by public works agencies to analyze crash data and identify streets and intersections where concentrations of serious and fatal crashes occur. In many cases, Crash Analysis serves as a foundation for Complete Streets or Vision Zero initiatives adopted by government agencies to reduce fatalities or serious injury on roadways in their community.
The results generated with Crash Analysis, sometimes called a High Injury Network, can be used to plan capital improvements that lead to safer roadways and intersections. They can also be shared with the general public using the High Injury Network Locator application and used to enhance education and enforcement activities.
Crash Analysis requires specific software.
Solution deployment and map authoring
GIS service hosting
When you download Crash Analysis, you'll find the following files:
|CrashAnalysis.ppkx||An ArcGIS Pro project package used to analyze crash data.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Crash Analysis.