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The CBUS Pedestrian and Cyclist Traffic Crash Data Explorer (Prototype)
Pedestrians and cyclists are the most vulnerable road users. The motor vehicle crashes that put them at risk are not accidental, but are related to weaknesses in our transportation system, including street design, road speed, and enforcement. Use this interactive map to explore the pattern of pedestrian and cyclist-involved crashes in Columbus Ohio and its connection to underlying demographics to see who is most at risk. Click on markers where crashes occurred for details and Street Views to consider the role of the built environment.
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The CBUS Pedestrian and Cyclist Traffic Crash Data Explorer (Prototype)
Pedestrians and cyclists are the most vulnerable road users. The motor vehicle crashes that put them at risk are not accidental, but are related to weaknesses in our transportation system, including street design, road speed, and enforcement. Use this interactive map to explore the pattern of pedestrian and cyclist-involved crashes in Columbus Ohio and its connection to underlying demographics to see who is most at risk. Click on markers where crashes occurred for details and Street Views to consider the role of the built environment.
Data Sources and Notes:
  • Crash data is from the Ohio Department of Transportation and is downloaded through the Smart Columbus Operating System
  • Demographic data is from the American Community Survey and is accessed through APIs provided by the US Census
  • Google Street Views may not reflect street design at the time of crashes
Development Notes:
CBUS Pedestrian and Cyclist Traffic Crash Data Explorer (Prototype)
Choose pedestrian or cyclist (2015-2017)
Where around Columbus do crashes happen?
Choose a demographic lens (2017)
Which neighborhoods bear the burden?
Click markers for details and street view links
How does the built environment differ by area?
Learn about ways you can advocate for safer streets: