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Data Collection
  • Crash data is collected and submitted by law enforcement agencies and made available for analysis.
  • Basic crash data is available from 2000 through 2010.
  • Crashes that have been located can be queried through the interactive map (this includes crashes from 2005 – 2010, plus selected crashes from prior years).

Note that the law regarding the crash reporting threshold for Property Damage Only crashes was amended effective January 1, 2009, to the following: When all drivers involved in a crash are insured, the amount of damage to the property of any one person that must be reported increased from $500 to $1,500. If any driver does not have insurance, the threshold remains at $500.

Tool Selection
  • To view predefined reports, with user entered parameters, select Reports.
  • To complete an adhoc data query, using crash, person or vehicle attributes, select Cube Browser.
  • To view located crashes through an interactive map, select Mapping.
Training & Support
  • For documentation on these crash analysis tools, select Help.
  • For details about the crash attributes, click here for the data dictionary (launch a Reporting Services metadata report).
  • For questions about the data or advanced issues, contact Division of Traffic Safety, Illinois Department of Transportation at email dot.Safetydata@illinois.gov or (217)782-2575.
  • For existing user login problems, please click here to send an email explaining the problem.
  • If you are a new user, click here to enroll.

 

Confidentiality Statement

By law, this data, and any attachments or images are intended only for use by the Department and may contain legally privileged and/or confidential information. You are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, printing or copying of data any attachments or images, is strictly prohibited. Here is a summary of the statute: The Department is precluded by law from furnishing copies of crash reports (or any attachments or personal information). Crash reports and investigations conducted by the Department are confidential under Section 11-408 and 11-412 of the Illinois Vehicle Code (625 ILCS 5/11-408 and 11-412). Under these provisions, crash reports are for the confidential use of the Department and state and federal agencies conducting safety studies. Reports by law enforcement officers are confidential under Section 11-408(b), and individual motorist’s reports are confidential under Section 11-412.
Doorings
Data Collection
  • A “dooring” incident involves a bicyclist colliding with an open door of a parked motor vehicle.
  • Dooring incident data are available beginning in 2010.
  • For updates on the availability of current year Doorings data, please contact IDOT at dot.Safetydata@illinois.gov
Tool Selection
  • To view a listing of dooring incidents for specific counties or communities, click here.
  • To view the located dooring incidents on a map, click here.
Training & Support
  • To view the help file, click here.
  • For questions about the data, contact Division of Traffic Safety, Illinois Department of Transportation at email dot.Safetydata@illinois.gov or (217)782-2575.
  • For existing user login problems, please click here to send an email explaining the problem.
  • If you are a new user, click here to enroll.

Please Note: The data provided for doorings are based solely on information reported by the law enforcement agencies.