Trip Risk began life after a days hacking at Geoplex. It is the result of efforts by Liam Densley, Joe O'Connell, Jerome Anthony, Janet Horwell, Matt Langley, Brent Schiller and Simon Hope. Trip Risk only exists because VicRoads make their crash statistics freely available for people like us to work with.
State statistics on road related crashes are hard to grasp. Looking at the data within the context of the journey's we make everyday helps us to understand that these crashes are closer to our day to day lives than we first might think. Trip Risk allows you to record these journeys and view historical crash data dating from July 2007 to June 2012.
The crash marker is graduated by size to represent the total number of crashes at the given location, with a red overlapping symbol indicating one or more fatalities. Summary statistics can be found by clicking on crash locations. The map presents crashes within 20 metres of your route.
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