In 2017, crash profiles for Hall and Jackson counties were created based on crash data available from the Georgia Electronic Accident Reporting System (GEARS), an online crash data tool that has been developed by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The information analyzed through this online tool pulled from crash related data that was collected between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2016. Total number of crashes, injury crashes, fatality crashes, pedestrian-involved crashes, and crash hot spots are all highlighted in the following reports:
In 2016, the crash profiles below were created based on crash data available from the Georgia Electronic Accident Reporting System (GEARS), an online crash data tool, newly developed by the Georgia Department of Transportation. The following reports analyzed crash data ranging from 2011 through 2015.
The Hall County Crash Profile Report (PDF) dated 2008 offers detailed information on auto accidents within the county. The report answers the questions of how many, how severe, what kind and where motor vehicle crashes happen on the region's roadways, information that can be used to help local, state and federal agencies pinpoint high-risk locations, identify contributing factors and determine roadway safety needs. Crashes involving pedestrians, bicyclists and commercial vehicles are also examined.
Critical Analysis Reporting Environment (CARE) software categorizes available crash data from GDOT and converts it into tables and maps giving the user a clearer picture of accident locations throughout the county. Data used for this report covers an 8-year period between 2000 and 2007.