Data showing crash events resulting in deaths and serious injuries in Denver since 2013.
Data updates daily (Monday–Friday) from the Open Data Catalog
This dashboard offers interactive functionality and is best viewed on a desktop browser or tablet in landscape mode.
This dashboard shows only fatal and serious injury crashes. To select either fatal, seriously injured, or both utilize the black buttons in the injury type section.
To drilldown on a specific category simply click on the column in the dashboard (e.g. 2018, June, Pedestrian, or Thursdays). To go back to the whole dataset, click again on that category. Multiple selections may be made by holding the CTRL button while clicking multiple categories. When selecting a mode category (fatalities or seriously injured), the dashboard will also display related results (e.g., car crashes that resulted in both fatalities and serious injuries).
Searches can currently only return results for one street name at a time (e.g. Federal, Colfax, Colorado, or Evans) without directional designations or street type.
Right-click (or press and hold) on any data field to bring up a contextual menu, including the option to see the full record.
If you are using assistive technology and are unable to access the content of the dashboard, please let us know by filling out the City's accessibility feedback form and someone will reach out to you soon.
This dashboard is based on data in the Open Data Catalog that is updated every weekday afternoon, Monday through Friday. Crash data may take up to 48 hours to appear on this dashboard, depending on the time of the incident and the required time to process and publish incident information.
Some records, particularly older records and those for incidents currently under investigation, may have missing or unlabeled fields.
Data can also be downloaded from the Open Data Catalog in a variety of formats. Please refer to the disclaimer and information associated with the dataset for technical questions about the data.