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Division of Planning
Systems Planning & Program Management
GCAT (GIS Crash Analysis Tool)

 

 Contact

 

Michael McNeill
(614) 387-1265
Michael.McNeill@dot.state.oh.us

GCAT (GIS Crash Analysis Tool) uses GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to produce data that is spatially located (valid latitude/longitude). The purpose of GCAT is to provide a convenient highway safety crash analysis tool for ODOT, MPOs and county engineers.

The crash data provided by GCAT is not official and has been provided by the Ohio Department of Public Safety and modified by ODOT for engineering and analysis purposes ONLY. Original crash data reports can be obtained from the law enforcement agency handling the crash or Public Safety's Ohio Traffic Safety Office Crash Data site.


Training is currently being conducted for GCAT.  For access to these trainings, please click here.  For other LTAP training opportunities, please see the LTAP website.

 

 GCAT Tools & Resources

 
  
  
CAM Tool Excel 2002-2003.xls
  
CAM Tool Excel 2007-2010.xlsm
  
CAM Tool_Help File.pdf
  
GCAT Help File.pdf
  
GCAT Training - Links and Exercises.pdf
  
GCAT_Training_Classes_Presentation.pdf
  
Hand Log file instructions.pdf
  
ITB-2007.02.pdf
  
NLF_ID Definition Document.pdf
  
ODPS_Crash_Data_Download_HelpFile.xls
  
OH-1 Reports_Fields that must be Redacted_1999-2011.pdf
  
OH-1_Reports_Fields_that_must_be_Redacted_2012 Form.pdf
  
Viewing TIFF Images.pdf