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Fatal and Severe Injury Crash Data

Volume 3 - 2013 to 2017 Fatal and Severe Injury Crashes:

This most recent data set shows the location of crashes where one or more fatalities and/or severe injuries occurred during a five year period of January 2013 to December 2017. These crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection and each location contains the following information:
  • Crash Location
  • Date/Time of Crash
  • Involved Party:
    • Pedestrian
    • Bicyclist
    • Motorist - includes passenger or motorcyclist
  • Count of the number of fatal and/or severe injuries per crash




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Volume 2 - 2012 to 2016 Fatal and Severe Injury Crashes:

This data set shows the location of crashes where one or more fatalities and/or severe injuries occurred during a five year period of January 2012 to December 2016. These crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection and each location contains the following information:
  • Intersection
  • Date/Time
  • Involved Party:
    • Pedestrian
    • Bicyclist
    • Motorist - includes passenger or motorcyclist
  • Number of fatal or severe injuries per crash 

In early 2017, New Priority Safety Corridors were added that include:

  • Lengthening the Monterey Road / First Street / Market Street corridor; from Alma Avenue to San Salvador Street
  • Lengthening the Alum Rock / Santa Clara Street corridor from US 101 (Bayshore) to SR 87 (Guadalupe Parkway)
  • Fruitdale Avenue; from Sherman Oaks Drive to Meridian Avenue
  • Saratoga Avenue; from I-280 to Lawrence Expressway
  • Hillsdale Avenue / Camden Avenue from Almaden Expressway to Leigh Avenue                                          
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Volume 1 - 2010 to 2015 Fatal and Severe Injury Crashes

This data set shows the location of individual crashes where one or more fatalities and/or severe injuries occurred during the six year period from 2010 to 2015 using data derived from DOT’s TAPS database. These crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection and each location contains the following information:
  • Intersection
  • Date
  • Time
  • Injured Party:
    • Pedestrian
    • Bicyclist
    • Motorist - includes passenger or motorcyclist
  • Number of fatal or severe injuries per crash 

The Priority Safety Corridors were selected using a similar data set for the time period of 2010 to 2014. The evaluation of this data identified 14 major street segments.
           

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Disclaimer:  

  • Please note that the data and information on this website is for informational purposes only. 
  • While we strive to provide accurate information, errors may be present and information may not be complete. 
  • We make no representation as to the accuracy of the information or its suitability for any purpose and disclaim any liability for omissions or errors that may be contained therein. 
  • Collision data is obtained from San Jose Police Department traffic crash reports. Mid-block crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection. 
  • Collisions occurring on State freeways or within unincorporated Santa Clara County areas are not included.