This simple Map Intelligence application examines pedestrian collision data in the State of Washington, USA.
Disclaimer: Under 23 United States Code, Section 409, this data cannot be used in discovery or as evidence at trial in any action for damages against the Washington State Department of Transportation, the State of Washington, or any other jurisdiction involved in the locations mentioned in the data.
A pedestrian traffic collision (motor vehicle collision, motor vehicle accident, car accident, or car crash) is when a road vehicle collides with a pedestrian. Pedestrian collisions can result in injury and death. A number of factors contribute to the risk of collision including; lighting conditions, weather conditions, vehicle design, speed of operation, road design and driver impairment, Worldwide motor vehicle collisions lead to significant death and disability as well as significant financial costs to both.
- using Map Intelligence with Google™ Maps;
- view additional information in the Location Information panel;
- change themes;
- zoom into the map;
- create and view Hot Spot visualizations; and
- Active Points links.
Download the step by step application guide, then click the Start button to launch the application.