Crashes on the street segment line network of Washington, DC maintained by the District Department of Transportation (DDOT). In addition to locations, a related table consisting of crash details is available for each crash. This table provides some anonymized information about each of the persons involved in the crash (linked by CrimeID). Note that the CrimeID field is simply a unique id field within MPD crash database. It does not denote that a crime was committed.These crash data are derived from the Metropolitan Police Department's (MPD) crash data management system (COBALT) and represent DDOT's attempt to summarize some of the most requested elements of the crash data. Further, DDOT has attempted to enhance this summary by locating each crash location along the DDOT center line, providing a number of location references for each crash. In the event that location data is missing or incomplete for a crash, it is unable to be published within this dataset. Details of point locations and crash details table are,Location points with some basic summary statistics,The DC ward the crash occurredSummary totals for: injuries (minor, major, fatal) by type (pedestrian, bicycle, car), mode of travel involved (pedestrian, bicycle, car), impaired participants (pedestrian, bicyclist, car passengers)If speeding was involvedNearest intersecting street nameDistance from nearest intersectionCardinal direction from the intersectionRead more athttps://wiki.ddot.dc.gov/display/GIS/Crash+Data. Questions on the contents of these layers should be emailed toMetropolitan Police Departmentor theDDOT Traffic Safety Division. Questions regarding the Open Data DC can be sent to@OpenDataDC.