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Crash data from Queensland roads

Overview:

Information on crashes in Queensland for all reported road traffic crashes occurred during 2001 to 2016. This dataset contains fatal crashes, hospitalisation, medical treatment and minor injury crashes to December 2016 and property damage only crashes to December 2010.

Fatal, Hospitalisation, Medical treatment and Minor injury:

This dataset contains information on crashes reported to the police which resulted from the movement of at least 1 road vehicle on a road or road related area. Crashes listed in this resource have occurred on a public road and meet one of the following criteria:

  • a person is killed or injured, or
  • at least 1 vehicle was towed away, or
  • the value of the property damage meets the appropriate criteria listed below.

Property damage:

  1. $2500 or more damage to property other than vehicles (after 1 December 1999)
  2. $2500 or more damage to vehicle and/or other property (after 1 December 1991 and before 1 December 1999)
  3. value of property damage is greater than $1000 (before December 1991).

Please note:

  • This data has been extracted from the Queensland Road Crash Database.
  • Information held in the Road Crash Database on events occurring within the last 12 months is considered preliminary as investigations into crashes can take up to 1 year to finalise.

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Additional information

Field Value
Version Q3 2017
Security classification PUBLIC
Used in data-driven application NO
Category Transportation
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Dataset custodian Transport and Main Roads

Dataset custodian

Transport and Main Roads

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Crash data from Queensland roads

Data attribution

Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Government, Crash data from Queensland roads, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 19 August 2017

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