The Vision Zero Crash & Interventions Map is an interactive tool that shows detailed information on traffic injury and fatality crashes in New York City and highlights how the city is responding every day to make our streets safer. The map displays crash types, dates and locations and highlights Vision Zero initiatives such as Arterial Slow Zones, planning workshops and expanded traffic enforcement, major safety projects, as well as other long running safety programs. (Please see the disclaimer below.)
The Vision Zero map public input period concluded on July 31, 2014. NYCDOT is now analyzing the over 10,000 comments submitted and shown here for inclusion in the City's Vision Zero borough safety action plans which will be released later this year.
Please note that the data and information on this website is for informational purposes only. While we seek to provide accurate information, please note that errors may be present and information presented may not be complete. Accordingly, the City of New York or the New York City Department of Transportation 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.
Specifically, crash data is obtained from the Traffic Accident Management System (TAMS), which is maintained by the New York City Police Department. All midblock crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection. Injuries and fatalities are grouped by intersection and summarized by month and year. This data is queried and aggregated on a monthly basis and is current as of the query date. Current year data is January to the end of the latest full month. All crash data is mapped to a simplified NYC street model. Crashes occurring at complex intersections with multiple roadways are mapped onto a single point. Injury and fatality crashes occurring on highways are excluded from this data.