As of May 2021, CDOR is now requiring all CO agencies to submit their crash data using the new dr3447 report format. Pd' Programming has identified a discrepancy in the new Road Description field codes. This article addresses that discrepancy.
Colorado has adopted a new crash report form DR 3447. As agencies slowly move over to the new form, we will be updating Crash Magic with a new configuration to match.
Crash data can be imported from many sources. This article describes the case where the data is provided as an ASCII file or other files that can be read by MS ADO such as MS Access or DBF.
Crash data can be imported from many sources. This article describes the case where the data is provided as an XML file. If your data is being provided in XML format, you also have the option to FTP the data to our servers rather than using the browser interface.
Standard format provided by CO DOT for use in Crash Magic. Also called "Data Dictionary Comprehensive".
The State of Colorado has created a new form for reporting crashes. The new form is in effect as of 7/1/2006. This article describes changes that have occured that will probably affect your use of crash data in Intersection Magic.