The NJTPA uses data on roadway crashes to support safety planning for the transportation system within northern New Jersey. In 2009, there were over 230,000 reported crashes in the NJTPA region. NJDOT processes data on such crashes from police records, removes any personal information, and makes the information available to the general public.
The NJTPA further compiled recent crash data into a relational database. The data has been decoded and organized into a set of tables for general use. The database for each of the NJTPA counties, containing highly detailed information on reported roadway crashes that occurred between the years 2002 and 2009, is provided for download in Microsoft Access format (compressed in ZIP format).
Note that some of these files are very large and may require long downloading times.
Technical documentation is included with each file.