International Road Traffic and Accident Database

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The text on this page is taken from an equivalent page of the IEHIAS-project.

The International Road Traffic and Accident Database (IRTAD) was established in 1988.

The ambition of IRTAD:

  • Injury accidents classified by road network;
  • Road deaths by road usage and age, by gender and age or by road network;
  • Car fatalities by driver/passengers and by age;
  • Hospitalised road users by road usage, age bands or road network;
  • Accident involvement by road user type (e.g. HGVs, LGVs) and associated victim data;
  • Risk indicators: fatalities, hospitalised or injury accidents related to population or kilometrage figures;
  • Monthly accident data (three key indicators);
  • Population figures by age bands;
  • Vehicle population by vehicle types;
  • Network length classified by road network;
  • Kilometrage classified by road network or vehicles;
  • Passenger kilometrage by transport mode;
  • Seat belt wearing rates of car drivers by road network;
  • Area of state.

Selected data from the database is free to the public. Unlimited access requires membership to IRTAD, formalised by the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding and the payment of an annual subscription fee.

Source / Reference

IRTAD collects data directly from relevant national data providers in member countries. The data are provided in a common format, based on definitions developed and agreed by the IRTAD Group. The group have a clear understanding of national definitions in order to enhance international comparability and, where needed, the use of an appropriate correction factor.

The following countries are covered: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.

See also

Integrated Environmental Health Impact Assessment System
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