Motor Vehicle Fatalities by Region

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Published by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General and Emergency BC - RoadSafetyBC
Licensed under Open Government Licence - British Columbia

The number of Motor Vehicle fatalities in British Columbia by police traffic region and year.

A motor vehicle fatality is a road user (driver, passenger, pedestrian, and cyclist) who is injured in a collision involving a motor vehicle on a 'public highway' as defined in the Motor Vehicle Act and the victim is deceased within 30 days of the collision as a result of their injuries. This data excludes fatal victims on roads where the Motor Vehicle Act does not apply (such as forest-service roads, industrial roads and private driveways); fatal victims of off-road snow mobile accidents; and homicides or suicides.

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Data Quality

Numbers will settle for the most recent time periods. Rounding has not been applied to this data.

Lineage Statement

Data based on police reports made into the Traffic Accident System (TAS) administered by ICBC. Data as of June 30, 2016.

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NameRoadSafetyBC (pointOfContact)
OrganizationMinistry of Public Safety and Solicitor General and Emergency BC

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Metadata Information

Record Published 2014-04-02
Record Last Modified 2020-06-09
Resource Status onGoing