Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS)


FARS is a nationwide census providing the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Congress, and the American public yearly data regarding fatal injuries suffered in motor vehicle traffic crashes. Georgia uses the raw data set (individual records for the state of Georgia) to design specific queries that are used to identify geographic regions where fatal crashes occur, specific population groups that are disproportionately affected, and risk factors associated with specific crashes (i.e., alcohol-impaired driving, distracted driving, speeding, unrestrained/un-helmeted, etc.).

For FARS data, visit https://www.nhtsa.gov/research-data/fatality-analysis-reporting-system-fars

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) – Georgia Electronic Accident Reporting System (GEARS) and Crash Data Dashboard


GEARS, developed and maintained by LexisNexis® Risk Solutions on behalf of the GDOT, serves as a portal into the state of Georgia’s repository for traffic crash reports completed by Georgia law enforcement agencies. The GDOT Crash Data Dashboard via Numetric provides crash and vehicle data from crashes that occurred on Georgia’s public roads over the las five years, as well as information regarding the various safety campaigns throughout the state of Georgia. This dashboard provides data visualizations, crash mapping, and easy-to-use filtering to access crash data at the city, county, or regional level.


For information on Georgia crash reporting, visit http://www.dot.ga.gov/DS/Crash


Georgia Department of Public Health – Crash Outcomes Data Evaluation System (CODES)


Georgia CODES is designed to foster and cultivate crash-outcome data linkage for highway safety applications at the state level, supporting State Highway Safety Offices, State Public Health and Injury Prevention Departments, State Emergency Medical Services Agencies, State transportation departments, and other such agencies. CODES uses probabilistic methodology to link crash records to injury outcome records collected at the scene and en route by emergency medical services, by hospital personnel after arrival at the emergency department or admission as an inpatient and/or, at the time of death, on the death certificate. By linking data from various sources, CODES creates comprehensive datasets used to analyze crashes, vehicles, driver behaviors, health outcomes, and medical costs.


For CODES information, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/injury-epidemiology/crash-outcome-data-evaluation-survey-codes


Georgia Department of Public Health – Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS)


OASIS is a suite of interactive tools used to access the Georgia Department of Public Health’s standardized health data repository. The standardized health data repository used by OASIS is currently populated with Vital Statistics (births, deaths, fetal deaths, induced terminations, pregnancies), Hospital Discharge, Emergency Room Visit, Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS), STD, Motor Vehicle Crash, and Population data. OASIS and the repository are designed, built, and maintained by the Office of Health Indicators for Planning (OHIP).


For OASIS information, visit: https://oasis.state.ga.us/


Georgia Department of Public Health – Georgia Emergency Medical Services Information System (GEMSIS)


GEMSIS, Georgia’s statewide pre-hospital care reporting system, is an electronic system that provides timely, accurate, and efficient data from the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) patient care reports. The goal of GEMSIS is to develop an effective and efficient statewide surveillance infrastructure to assist in data collection, data reporting, evaluation, and the quality improvement initiative that supports the integration of EMS into the overall healthcare system. EMS providers can enter their Patient Care Reports (PCRs) directly into a database or transmit aggregated PCR data files online into the state GEMSIS database. The GEMSIS data contains information on several transportation-related injuries, such as but not limited to, motor vehicle crashes, motorcycle crashes, bicycle crashes and pedestrians struck. As such, GEMSIS is an integral part of Georgia’s crash data and traffic records system.


For information on GEMSIS, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/EMS/gemsis


Georgia Department of Public Health – Georgia Central Trauma Registry


The objectives of the Georgia Central Trauma Registry are to monitor and provide information to evaluate trauma patient outcome, assess compliance of pre-hospital care providers and hospitals with state standards.  In addition, the Georgia Central Trauma Registry provides and reviews data for injury prevention programs, research, education, and to produce reports.


For more information, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/trauma


Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and Department of Revenue (DOR) – Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System (DRIVES)


The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and the Department of Revenue (DOR) utilize a joint modernization system, known as the Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System (DRIVES), to provide driver licensing, vehicle registration, and titling system information and services.


For more information on DRIVES, visit https://eservices.drives.ga.gov/_/


For DDS reports, visit: https://dds.georgia.gov/dds-reports


For DOR Annual Statistical Reports, visit: https://dor.georgia.gov/department-revenue-annual-statistical-reports


Georgia Department of Driver Services – Georgia Electronic Conviction Processing System (GECPS)


GECPS is a standardized and secure system to report Georgia reportable violation codes to DDS. This allows for the prompt and accurate updating of driving records for Georgia and out-of-state licenses. Timeliness of conviction reporting is critical as Federal law requires all states to have conviction data reported to the defendant’s home jurisdiction within ten days of the date of the conviction.


For more information on GECPS, visit: https://dds.georgia.gov/partners/courts


Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration – A&I (Analysis and Information) Online


A&I Online is a web-based tool designed to provide quick and efficient access to descriptive statistics and analyses regarding commercial vehicle, driver, and carrier safety information. A&I tools and reports inform data-driven safety decisions to improve FMCSA effectiveness and large truck and bus safety on our Nation’s roads. A&I resources provide information on industry safety trends and Agency progress, offering in-depth analysis that effects real change for safety. It is used by Federal and State enforcement personnel, as well as the motor carrier industry, insurance companies, and the public.


For A&I reports, visit: http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/default.aspx


Georgia Traffic Safety Facts (GTSF)

GTSF are a series of publications collaboratively developed by the Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC)/Crash Outcomes Data Evaluation System (CODES) and approved by the CODES Board with representation from the related SHSP emphasis area task teams. These fact sheets combine information from all traffic records information systems and paints a comprehensive picture of traffic issues in Georgia for the identified SHSP emphasis areas. GTSF are intended to be used by a variety of disciplines including traffic safety practitioners, media, engineers, policy makers, and more.

To access these publications, visit https://www.gahighwaysafety.org/