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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 1 November 2018) . . Page.. 4742 ..


(3) What are the top 10 suburbs where the most accidents occurred broken down by number of accidents and accident type during (a) 2015-16, (b) 2016-17, (c) 2017-18 and (d) 2018-19 to date.

Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

The crash types and corresponding ACT crash codes are presented below:

Crash type

ACT Crash Codes

Vehicle to vehicle collisions

Right turn into oncoming vehicle

1

Right angle collision

2

Acute angle – same direction

3

Acute angle – opposite direction

4

Head on collision

5

Rear end collision

6

Collision with parked vehicle

7

Collision with one vehicle reversing

8

Other

9

Single vehicle collision (on carriageway)

Struck pedestrian

10

Struck animal

11

Struck object

12

Overturned

13

Fall from moving vehicle

14

Other

15

Single vehicle collision (off carriageway)

Struck pedestrian

16

Struck vehicle

17

Struck animal

18

Struck object

19

Overturned

20

No object struck

21

Other

22

(1) Crashes on Tuggeranong Parkway between Glenloch Interchange and Drakeford Drive are presented below. This excludes crashes at the Tuggeranong Parkway/Drakeford Drive/Sulwood Drive intersection as these crashes are actually ‘shared’ among the three roads.

Year

Crashes per crash type

Total crashes

3

6

7

9

11

12

13

15

19

21

2015

12

76

2

10

3

1

9

10

123

2016

12

100

4

11

1

5

14

147

2017

26

81

1

8

1

3

4

10

1

135

2018 Jan – June (preliminary data only)

7

70

1

1

1

3

83

(2) Crash data is reported, recorded and analysed as ‘intersection crashes’ or ‘midblock crashes’. Ranking roads based on crashes on the whole road section will be


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