The Crash Analysis is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro that can be used by public works agencies to analyze crash data along roadways and produce risk maps that inform decisions made to mitigate crashes and improve road safety. It includes three tools that help prepare your roadway data, assign crashes to individual road segments, and create four standard crash risk maps.
Crash Analysis can be used to assess overall risk along a community's roadways. At the same time, it can also be used to analyze specific risks along roadways. For example, you can select crashes that involve a cyclist or pedestrian, produce the risk maps, and use the results of this analysis in a comprehensive Vision Zero strategy for your community.
Crash Analysis requires specific technical experience and software.
When you download Crash Analysis, you'll find the following files:
|MapsandGeodatabase||CrashAnalysis.aprx||An ArcGIS Pro project used to analyze crash data.|
|CrashAnalysis.tbx||A toolbox with tools used to prepare your road data and assign crashes to roadway segments.|
|CrashAnalysis.gdb||A geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.|
|CrashAnalysisSchema.gdb||An empty geodatabase used to perform crash analysis in your community.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Crash Analysis.