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Road traffic collision frequency and lamp change data for a UK city

dataset
posted on 31.01.2019 by P. (Paul) Marchant
This data originates from a research project which aimed to explore whether there was any statistical evidence for shifting from dull low pressure sodium and mercury vapour street lamps to brighter broad spectrum LED lighting had any impact on road traffic accidents/collisions. The data comprises s nine-year time series of weekly Road Traffic Collision personal injury counts and Bright White street lamp counts in 132 areas (MSOAs) of the city of Birmingham UK, covering a period Mon. 03 Jan 2005 to Sun. 29 Dec 2013. A full street lamp inventory for the city was made available for research by AMEY plc, who manage street lighting on behalf of Birmingham city council, UK. Personal injury counts and Bright White street lamp counts in 132 areas (MSOAs) of the city of Birmingham UK, covering a period Mon. 03 Jan 2005 to Sun. 29 Dec 2013.

Funding

Engineering and Physical Science Research Council, EP/J017698/1

History

Contributors

Hale, J.D. (James) [orcid:0000-0001-9662-1853]; Leeds Beckett University; Sadler, J.P. (Jon) [orcid:0000-0003-0443-4458]; University of Birmingham, School of Geography

Publisher

4TU.Centre for Research Data

Time coverage

2005/2013

Geolocation

Birmingham, UK

Geolocation Longitude

-1.89983

Geolocation Latitude

52.48142

Format

media types: application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet, text/plain

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