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Traffic Injury Map (TIM v3.0)

Traffic Injury Map (TIM) is a free online mapping service to anyone who is interested in finding out the road traffic injury locations in their neighbourhood and other areas.

Please note the following important information about the datasets,

First of all, please make sure that your web browser is capable of loading google maps. Visit maps.google.com to do this check. Now, there are following simple steps involved in searching and plotting the injuries, namely

  1. Search and position the map to an area that you are interested in. You could either,
    - Simply drag the map around and zoom-in/out.
    OR
    - Search for the locality using the Google search bar located at the top-left corner of the map (Click on the magnifying glass icon on the search bar to reveal the box to fill in the location information such as Post Code, City Name etc.).
  2. Choose the type of injuries that you would like to plot on the map.
  3. Click the button Plot Injuries and please wait until a dialog box appears indicating the completion of the plotting. The time to plot depends upon the load on the web site and the number of injuries that are within the search radius.
    • If there are too many points at a location and depending upon zoom-level, you may only see the count of incidents around a location. Simply zoom-in to see the markers.
    • Click the "Show/Redraw Heatmap" button to see/hide a heatmap visualisation of the density of point clusters. Heatmap is generated dynamically based on the year(s) selected so that it is possible to see evolution of injury distribution.
    • Click the "Show Markers" button to see/hide the incident markers e.g. to swicth between heatmap and marker visualisation.
  4. Finally, optionally, download the statistics by clicking the "Download Stats" link on the bottom right of the map, or even better use the hyperlink of the stats straight into sites like RawGraphs to plot the data on a variety of graphs.
  5. Click on the markers to see a little more detail about the type of injury.


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No information about the search is stored except while during the database query to plot the injuries.

Disclaimer and Conditions

Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, privacy, sensitivity and copyright protection. Please do get in touch if you spot any inconsistency or scope for improvements. By using the web site, you are agreeing that road-injuries.info and its related parties will not be responsible of any kind of loss that may result as a consequence of the information available on the road-injuries.info. Please be aware that a commercial exploitation of the information from the web site may be considered illegal by the data providers of the web site. The injury location data has now been released under Open Government License by Department for Transport, but it would be worthwhile to run past any potential commercial use of Googles Maps API with Google Inc., prior to any such use.