TRIP data dashboards

Current dashboards

Crashes and courts dashboard

TRIP provides records from Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) data from crashes to be tied to legal outcome. Includes demographics for people involved in crash-related DUIs.

Crashes and licensing dashboard

TRIP expands on WSDOT crash data and the Washington State Department of Licensing data on people who are involved in crashes. This dashboard includes crashes involving drivers with ignition interlock devices.

Crashes and toxicology dashboard

TRIP links data from WSDOT and Washington State Patrol Toxicology Lab data which can enhance the ability of data from substance-related crashes and the circumstances surrounding those incidences. Includes annual drug-related crashes broken down by drug class.

TRIP data quality dashboard

An overview of the linkage between each data source. 

About our dashboards

TRIP’s primary goal is to integrate data from six core areas – crash, vehicle, driver, roadway, citation and adjudications, and injury surveillance - with crash records providing the foundation for linking pre- and post-crash data. By linking these sources, the state will have a comprehensive crash-outcome dataset to support federal reporting requirements and traffic safety research. TRIP will create an avenue of information for the public and policymakers to address long standing issues as well as new risks for drivers in Washington The dashboards below represent some of the ongoing data analyses, visualizations, and research conducted by TRIP.

The TRIP maintains a database for public safety research to further the goals of the Vision Zero 2030 strategic plan adopted by Washington State. Core functions include:

  1. developing performance measures for all core traffic data systems for each of the six system attributes (accuracy, completeness, uniformity, timeliness, accessibility, and integration) and
  2. creating a central linkage repository to be used for research studies of traffic incidents that may include collision records, health records, court records, licensing records, and state toxicology records.

The data dashboards provide visualizations of:

Data Source Description
Statewide crash data - collision location Department of Transportation DOL maintains records of Washington state crash and collision information including location.
Driver license history and ignition interlocks devise (IDD) Department of Licensing DOL maintains driver license history and IDD data (i.e., instrument to measure breath alcohol contact (BAC) level).
Court case filings - Judicial Information System Administrative Office of the Courts AOC maintains statewide electronic court records database for all cases seen by courts in Washington state (excluding King County Superior courts as of 2019).
DUI related toxicology results Washington State Patrol WSP maintains driving under the influence (DUI)-related toxicology results.
Comprehensive Hospital Abstract Reporting System Department of Health DOH maintains record level information on inpatient and observation patient community hospital stays in Washington state.
Rapid health information network Department of Health DOH maintains real-time syndromic surveillance patient data from emergency medical services and participating hospital and clinics in Washington state.
Emergency Medical Services Information System (EMS) and Washington State Trauma Registry (WTR) Department of Health DOH maintains the registry of patient information for individuals who sustain serious injuries and are treated in trauma designated Washington state hospitals, including individuals who were dead on arrival or transferred to another acute care facility.
Death Vital Records Department of Health DOH maintains collection of death records that took place in Washington state.


Last updated
Monday, June 26, 2023
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