• Welcome to the Pennsylvania Crash Information Tool! Learn about traffic crashes, fatalities and major injuries statewide and in your county in the "Featured Reports" section.
  • PennDOT uses crash data from law enforcement involving passengers, drivers and travel modes of all types to identify highway safety focus areas. See examples of commonly requested PennDOT reports in the "List of Available Reports" section.

  • Using crash data and through partnerships with law enforcement and other safety partners, PennDOT utilizes enforcement, engineering and education to make Pennsylvania highways safer. Learn about PennDOT's highway safety efforts through its Just Drive PA website.

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List of Available Reports    

Featured Reports

Facts Book

This is an annual statistical crash review compiled from reportable crash reports in Pennsylvania. It is broken out into various topics and contains the crash data that is most commonly requested of PennDOT. You can see past years of Facts Books

Crash Statistics

This is a multi-year statistical review of reportable motor vehicle crashes in Pennsylvania. A reportable crash is one in which the incident occurs on a highway or traffic way that is open to the public and an injury or a fatality occurs, or at least one of the vehicles involved requires towing from the scene. The figures are compiled from the traffic crash reports that are submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by state, county, municipal and other law enforcement agencies, as specified in the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (75 Pa. C.S., Chapter 37, Subchapter C).

The report is in MS Excel format and contains statewide and county tabs. The row descriptions are commonly requested highway safety categories.

Fatality Statistics

This is a multi-year statistical review of fatalities occurring in reportable motor vehicle crashes in Pennsylvania. A reportable crash is one in which the incident occurs on a highway or traffic way that is open to the public and an injury or a fatality occurs, or at least one of the vehicles involved requires towing from the scene. The figures are compiled from the traffic crash reports that are submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by state, county, municipal and other law enforcement agencies, as specified in the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (75 Pa. C.S., Chapter 37, Subchapter C).

The report is in MS Excel format and contains statewide and county tabs. The row descriptions are commonly requested highway safety categories.

Major Injury Statistics

This is a multi-year statistical review of major injuries occurring in reportable motor vehicle crashes in Pennsylvania. A reportable crash is one in which the incident occurs on a highway or traffic way that is open to the public and an injury or a fatality occurs, or at least one of the vehicles involved requires towing from the scene. The figures are compiled from the traffic crash reports that are submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by state, county, municipal and other law enforcement agencies, as specified in the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (75 Pa. C.S., Chapter 37, Subchapter C).

The report is in MS Excel format and contains statewide and county tabs. The row descriptions are commonly requested highway safety categories.

Custom Search Tool

This search tool allows you to retrieve data based on the criteria that you specify. You can display data showing the number of crashes, people involved, or vehicles involved. The data can be filtered by Timeframe, County/Municipality, and by various crash characteristics. To create your own customized report using this tool, click here: Custom Search Tool

Public Crash Databases

This set of raw crash data is made available to researchers and the general public who wish to analyze the details of each crash record. The following link sends you to the crash category page of PennDOT’s GIS Open Data Portal. To view what is available or to download the crash datasets, click here:

USING THIS WEBSITE

Need help using the information on this site? We have a step-by-step guide, including images, that will walk you through using these reports, how to filter and download the reports, and common terms used in the information. PCIT Guide

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