The above graph shows the number accidents involving each type of road users. Note that some accidents involved more than one type of road user and thus could be counted more than once (N=1339). Although private cars are the type of vehicle most often in an accident, when taking into account the number of people affected by a single accident, PSVs affect the most people … Continue reading Who gets in the most accidents?
The above graph shows the total accidents (N=1,900) by the time they were first reported. Two clear peaks are evident during peak commuting (and traffic) hours. The following graph shows that on average more accidents occur on Fridays and Saturdays. Continue reading When do most accidents occur?
Through this heatmap it is possible to see the major black spots (areas with higher than average accident concentrations) in Nairobi. The darker the area the greater the number of accidents. Continue reading Black Spots
This map shows all six months (May 2015 to October 2015) of accidents in Nairobi County. The time-lapse shows accidents by day, with new accidents layering on older ones to finally create a map of all six months of accidents. Continue reading Time-Lapse
This map shows all accidents in Nairobi County by the type of road user involved. You can turn on and off layers to see different road users’ accidents. Note some accidents involved more than one type of road user and thus are represented more than once. Also, accidents in which the road user was not specified are not represented on this map (N=642). Continue reading All Road Users
42.5% of accidents involving a pedestrian happened within 500 meters (a distance that takes about 15 minutes to walk) of a footbridge. This would suggest that footbridges are not a complete solution for preventing pedestrian accidents. Continue reading Pedestrians & Footbridges