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Below are links to .csv files exported from the Transport Agency's Crash Analysis System (CAS) which are suitable for import into MS Excel.
These files contain injury and non-injury crash information and are split into local body areas. Each crash also has a geographic co-ordinate for import into geospatial systems.
For the current year we will provide quarterly...
The CAS is an integrated computer system that provides tools to collect, map, query, and report on road crash and related data. It contains data from all traffic crashes reported by police. It provides a platform for the development and implementation of new road safety initiatives, making a huge contribution towards crash prevention.
The information provided by CAS is used to...
This guide provides procedures for the treatment of traffic crash locations in New Zealand. It outlines practices and policies specific to New Zealand and forms a companion document to Austroads Guide to traffic engineering practice.
The Land Transport Safety Authority, Transit New Zealand and local authorities are partners in the Crash Reduction Study Programme (formerly known as the Joint Crash Investigation Programme) in New Zealand. The programme, which was set up in 1985, identifies sites where there are similar crash patterns and recommends low cost engineering treatments aimed at reducing those crashes. In 1989, the...
The Land Transport Safety Authority, Transit New Zealand and Local Authorities were partners in the Crash Reduction Study Programme in New Zealand. The original programme was established in 1985 to identify sites for treatment based on the crash history.
This report details the results of the survey of floodlighting pedestrian crossings. Companion reports detail the results of the other two safety areas.
An examination of the safety benefits of road lighting.
A crash analysis of chevron treatments, sometimes together with other treatments, at bends.
An analysis of the effect of resealing the road pavement on routes or on specific bends to reduce loss of control crashes.
A crash analysis of the effect of shoulder improvements on open road routes and bends.
A crash analysis of sites where right turn bays were installed and/or right turn markings were painted.
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