Open-source national system to pinpoint the accident black spots

May 10, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
DOTs has launched a new platform called Data for Road Incident Visualization Evaluation and Reporting to record road crashes.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has launched a national online database called Data for Road Incident Visualization Evaluation and Reporting (DRIVER). It is an open-source national system to pinpoint the accident black spots in the country.
 
DRIVER will geo-spatially record and analyze road crashes. With the new platform, city governments across the country are expected to be address road safety and traffic congestion issues. The system is designed for more accurate data and road crash analyzation. Drivers simply has to go online and log the incident. Once uploaded, the report will be part of the platform.

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 Many cars on the street

DRIVER is an open-source national system to pinpoint the accident black spots in the country
 
With all the accurate and reliable data on road crashes and multisectoral collaboration, it can be used to inform traffic management offices to allocate more manpower and resources in the affected areas.
 
All you need to do is accessing the information through roadsafety.gov.ph and logging in with an e-mail account. The collected data will be presented since the program started.
 
a road packed with cars

The system is designed for more accurate data and road crash analyzation

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Data for Road Incident Visualization Evaluation and Reporting