New Report Release: 2018 Colorado Problem Identification Report
This report gives an overview of fatalities and injuries from motor vehicle crashes over time in the state of Colorado. It was created in partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation and includes known crash characteristics including crashes involving bicyclists, pedestrians, impaired driving, seat belts, etc.
These crash characteristics are used to help policy makers, community organizations, and individuals identify where and how to focus prevention efforts. The report below provides an overview of the latest results and changes over time and progress on key state performance measures for motor vehicle safety. The 2018 Problem Identification Dashboard provides motor vehicle crash data by the county and Regional Emergency Trauma Advisory Council region (RETAC) where crashes occur in the state of Colorado.
Both the report and dashboard can be accessed here. Be sure to check it out!
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2018 Colorado Motor Vehicle Problem Identification Report and Dashboard
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