Traffic Count and Crash Management System
The City of Minneapolis Traffic and Parking Services Division maintains an interactive web-based transportation management system, which provides public access to City traffic count and traffic crash data. This data includes traffic volume counts and turning movement counts, and vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle crash information.
Inside the Traffic Count and Crash Management System:
- Traffic Count Database System (TCDS) - Manages volume count data collected at over 900 road-tube count stations located throughout the City.
- Turning Movement Count Database (TMC) - Manages turning movement data that details the movement of pedestrians and vehicles through intersections at various City locations.
- Traffic Crash Location System (TCLS) - Manages vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle crash data provided by the Minneapolis Police Department. Crash data is limited to City right-of-way. It does not include data for crashes that occurred on the Interstate Highway System or crashes that occurred on private property.
Additionally, the web site provides visual details and locational data for all counts and crashes, as well as reporting and exporting capabilities for each module.
- Helpful Tips for the Traffic Count and Crash Management System (pdf)
- Video Tutorial - How to use the Traffic Count System
- Video Tutorial - How to use the Traffic Crash System
- If you need assistance or have other questions about this application, contact Jesse Sonju, (612) 673-5413.
Last updated Oct 18, 2016