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Municipal Transportation Snapshots

A summary of transportation data was mapped for each municipality in Tompkins County:

  • Fatal Accidents: location of fatal traffic accidents (2008 thru 2013) from the New York State ALIS (Accident Location Information System).
  • Bicycle-Pedestrian Accidents:  location of traffic accidents (2008 thru 2013) involving bicyclists or pedestrians 2013 from the New York State ALIS (Accident Location Information System).
  • Heavy Truck Traffic: locations where heavy truck traffic exists (8% or more of the daily traffic was heavy truck).  The data is from locations where the New York State Department of Transportation performed traffic count classification 2007 thru 2014.
  • ‘Least Suitable’ for biking: as rated in the ITCTC 2013 Bicycle Map.
  • ‘Most Suitable’ for biking: as rated in the ITCTC 2013 Bicycle Map
  • Structurally Deficient Bridges: as rated by the New York State Department of Transportation in 2014.
  • Existing Multi-Use Trails: from ITCTC data thru September 2015.
  • Congested Roads: as modeled by ITCTC using the TransCAD Travel Demand Model in the 5-6 PM Peak Hour.  Roads with 80% or greater VOC (Volume compared to Capacity) are shown.
  • High Crash Severity Roads: the road segments with highest crash severity within a given municipality.  ‘Crash Severity’ compares total ‘injuries, severe injuries, and fatalities’ to the total number of accidents.
  • High Crash Rate Roads: the road segments with the highest crash rate within a given municipality.  ‘Crash Rate’ compares the total number of accidents to the daily traffic volume.
  • High Crash Severity Intersections: the intersections with highest crash severity within a given municipality.  ‘Crash Severity’ compares total ‘injuries, severe injuries, and fatalities’ to the total number of accidents.
  • High Crash Rate Intersections: the intersections with the highest crash rate within a given municipality.  ‘Crash Rate’ compares the total number of accidents to the daily traffic volume.
  • Complete Streets: the road segments within a given municipality that provide safe multi-modal facilities.  Pedestrian mode needs sidewalk on at least one of the road.  Bicycle mode needs marked bicycle lane.  Bus mode needs at least one bus per hour during weekdays (8 am thru - 5 pm)
  • Daily Traffic Volume : the latest Daily Traffic Volume for roads which have a traffic count in the past 10 years.
  • Deer Accident Ratio for selected roads .

 These maps will be updated when new data is released (last update: 4/13/2016)

MAP 1 – City of Ithaca                                                  MAP 7 – Town of Caroline

MAP 2 – City of Ithaca / Cornell University                 MAP 8 – Town of Danby

MAP 3 – Town of Ithaca                                                MAP 9 – Town of Newfield

MAP 4 – Town of Lansing                                             MAP 10 – Town of Enfield

MAP 5 – Town of Groton                                               MAP 11 – Town of Ulysses

MAP 6 – Town of Dryden