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Interactive Map: Winnipeg crashes

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The maps on this page show collisions on Winnipeg streets reported to Manitoba Public Insurance in 2012.  Use the tabs at the top to review fatal crashes, crashes that caused injuries, and all crashes, including those that resulted only in property damage.

Research by Mary Agnes Welch.
Mapping by Wendy Sawatzky, Andrew Burton and Eric Bailey.
Data courtesy Manitoba Public Insurance and Winnipeg Police.

2012 Winnipeg Crash Map

The maps on this page show collisions on Winnipeg streets reported to Manitoba Public Insurance in 2012.

Use the tabs at the top to toggle between maps showing fatal crashes, crashes that caused injuries, and all crashes, including those that resulted only in property damage.

Click and drag on the map to move around, and use the plus and minus signs on the map to zoom in or out.

Research by Mary Agnes Welch. Map by Wendy Sawatzky, Andrew Burton and Eric Bailey. Data courtesy Manitoba Public Insurance and Winnipeg Police.

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Fatal
Injuries

Markers indicate all locations where MPI reported a collision. Click on any marker for details on the intersection.
Grey dots indicate 1 or 2 collisions
Green:indicate 3 to 19 collisions
Yellow: 20 to 39 collisions
Orange: 40 to 59 collisions
Red: 60 or more collisions

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