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Personal Intersection Risk

Personal Risk is the risk of death or serious injuries per 100 million vehicle kilometres travelled within 50 metres of an intersection.

Types of intersections included are:

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Personal Intersection Risk

Personal Risk is the risk of death or serious injuries per 100 million vehicle kilometres travelled within 50 metres of an intersection.

Types of intersections included are:

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Collective Intersection Risk

Collective Risk is measured as the total number of fatal and serious crashes or estimated deaths and serious injuries within 50 metres of an intersection in a crash period.

Types of intersections included are:

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Collective Intersection Risk

Collective Risk is measured as the total number of fatal and serious crashes or estimated deaths and serious injuries within 50 metres of an intersection in a crash period.

Types of intersections included are:

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Personal Corridor Risk (Detailed)

Personal Risk is the risk of death or serious injuries per 100 million vehicle kilometres travelling along a corridor

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Personal Corridor Risk

Personal Risk is the risk of death or serious injuries per 100 million vehicle kilometres travelling along a corridor.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Collective Corridor Risk

Collective Risk of a corridor is calculated by adding together the intersection and mid-block DSi casualty equivalents and dividing by the total corridor length in kilometres.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Collective Corridor Risk

Collective Risk of a corridor is calculated by adding together the intersection and mid-block DSi casualty equivalents and dividing by the total corridor length in kilometres.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Motorcyclist Collective Corridor Risk (>50kmh)

Collective Risk of a corridor is calculated by adding together the intersection and mid-block DSi casualty equivalents and dividing by the total corridor length in kilometres.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Motorcyclist Collective Corridor Risk (<=50kmh)

Collective Risk of a corridor is calculated by adding together the intersection and mid-block DSi casualty equivalents and dividing by the total corridor length in kilometres.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Motorcyclist Crashes

Displays all crashes involving motorcyclists

CAS data from 2006 to 2015

(Only available on lower zoom levels)

Motorcyclist Collective Corridor Risk

Collective Risk of a corridor is calculated by adding together the intersection and mid-block DSi casualty equivalents and dividing by the total corridor length in kilometres.

A corridor is defined based on the hierarchical classification of the road and intersecting roads. This approach was favoured as it generally resulted in a logical segmentation of roads into corridors where there were distinct changes in the physical nature and/or operation (traffic volume) of the road.

For more information on the Risk Assessment Process and detailed definitions, please visit our page on KiwiRAP.

Motorcycle Routes

Motorcycle routes identified through consultation with motorcyclists and online motorcycle route sources.

Heat Map - Vulnerable Road Users

Displays all crashes involving Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs), which includes motorcyclists (including mopeds), cyclists and pedestrians (including persons on skateboards, roller-skates, foot scooters and using mobility aids such as powered wheelchairs).

Heat Map - Alcohol

When selected, displays only alcohol-influenced crashes

Heat Map - Speed

When selected, displays only crashes where vehicular speed is a factor

Heat Map - Fatigue

When selected, displays only crashes where driver fatigue is a factor

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