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The Crash Analysis & Reporting Unit provides motor vehicle crash data through database creation, maintenance and quality assurance, information and reports, and limited database access. Ten years of crash data is maintained at all times. Vehicle crashes include those coded for city streets, county roads and state highways.
Preliminary fatal crash information for unpublished years
The information in these documents is preliminary and subject to change on a daily basis as our analysts process the varying information that they collect. The information is considered preliminary until it is published in our annual publications and data sets. Please contact
ODOT TDS Crash Report Request Group for any questions or clarifications. This information will be updated weekly where applicable.
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CAR Unit Initial Fatal Crash Information Viewer contains
preliminary information on fatal crashes in Oregon and
is subject to change on a daily basis as more information becomes available and is evaluated. Some fatal crashes may be removed if they do not meet our reporting criteria, others may take time to get entered as there are often delays in receiving information.
Various data self-service tools, downloadable data products, and data documentation.
Here is a collection of self-service crash data tools and frequently requested crash data products. Please refer to these tools and products before reaching out to the
ODOT TDS Crash Request Group to request crash data.
Crash Data Viewer, or CDV, is a tool currently in development that allows users to view, filter, and query the State of Oregon’s crash data spatially. The CDV contains the latest 10 years of published crash data and numerous built-in filters to help users visualize different attributes contained within the crash data.
Summaries of the most commonly requested crash data by year
A higher number of crashes are reported for the 2011 data file compared to previous years. This does not reflect an increase in annual crashes. The higher numbers result from a change to an internal departmental process that allows the Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit to add previously unavailable, non-fatal crash reports to the annual data file. Please be aware of this change when comparing pre-2011 crash statistics.
Five-Year Crash Tables, Driver Error Tables, Fatal and Injury Crash Summaries by location
Crash summaries by severity, road type, location, time of day, collision type, etc.
2019-2022 Federal Recordable Motor Carrier Crashes and Rates2015 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts2016 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts2017 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts2018 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts2019 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts2020 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts
2021 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick Facts
2022 Motor Carrier Traffic Crashes Quick FactsHazardous Materials Spills
Email John BonnettCrash Analysis and Reporting Unit ManagerTelephone 503-986-3476
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Driver and Motor Vehicle Services
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Federal Motor Carriers Safety Data
National Center Stats & Analysis
Fatality Analysis Reporting System
Online Motor Carrier Crash Report Form
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