Find updated statistics and crash maps for the province, B.C. communities and regions and learn about how we’re working to make your community safer.
B.C. and regional statistics on crashes, auto crime and vehicle and driver populations (PDFs). Updated May 2013.
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|2||Crashes & Casualty crashes|
|3||Injured victims & Fatal crashes|
|6-13||Crashes involving: Animals, Cyclists, Heavy vehicle, Hit-and-run, Motorcycles, Pedestrians, Restraints, Youth (age 16 to 21)|
|14-16||Intersections: Crashes at intersections, Top 10 crash intersections in the Lower Mainland, Top 10 crash intersections on Vancouver Island|
|17-20||Contributing factors: Speed; Alcohol, drugs or medication; Distraction, High-risk driving, Driving too fast for conditions|
|22-26||Population: Vehicles, Active B.C. driver licences|
See how many crashes are happening at intersections in communities throughout B.C.
See how many crashes involving cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists are happening across B.C.
Learn about how ICBC works with partners to improve the safety of roads in your region and find the latest statistics on crashes and auto crime. You can find more statistics on your region in the quick statistics document.
Learn about how ICBC, local volunteers and police are working to make your community safer. You’ll also find statistics on crashes and auto theft for each community. More statistics on communities can be found in the crash maps.
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