This analysis was conducted in cooperation with the City of Bloomington Planning Department in order to identify high injury density corridors for both pedestrian and bicycle related automobile crashes. The study area consists of Monroe County, Indiana. Crash data is from 2008-2012, and pedestrian and cyclist data were analyzed separately. The methodology is based on a 2011 study conducted by the San Francisco Pedestrian Safety Task Force.

The below maps highlight corridors with incidents of pedestrian and cyclist injuries resulting from collision with an automobile. Fatal and incapacitating injuries were given a weight of three, while non-incapacitating injuries were given a weight of one. You can click on the "Legend" icon to view the legend, and click on individual crash locations or corridor segments to view details.

Pedestrian Corridors

Cyclist Corridors

Images used under Creative Commons from Mark Stosberg and Indiana Public Media.