Centre for Road Safety

Road crash data

We record statistics on road traffic crashes in NSW. Our documents are used for research by road safety experts and for general information. To be included in these statistics, a crash must have caused a death or injury, or at least one vehicle was towed away. A report can be either preliminary or final:
  • Preliminary reports are based on data that is not complete when they are published. These reports can change and are often replaced.
  • Final reports are based on complete data and are not changed after they are published.

Regular reports

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Road Trauma, 2005-2015

This report provides information on safety issues for Aboriginal road users, with a focus on serious injuries and fatalities. It includes detailed crash statistics on road user types, age groups and gender, as well as crash locations, times and types, plus an analysis of urban and rural road trauma.

Annual statistical statements for road traffic crashes in New South Wales

The 2015 Statistical Statement has been revised to include serious injury data. As such, this edition is not comparable with previous Statistical Statements issued.

Behavioural risk factors

Heavy truck data analysis

Fatality rates 1908 to 2013

Definitions and notes