The Michigan Traffic Crash Facts (MTCF) website provides users with annual official Michigan crash data. There are two sections to the website: the Publications section that contains crash data statistics dating back to 1952; and the Data Query Tool, which allows users to perform advanced searches...
The 2021 Michigan Crash Data is live on the Data Query Tool.
Please see the Publications page for the 2021 publications.
In March 2020 the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission honored MTCF with the “Richard H. Austin Long-Term Service Award” for long-term contributions and commitment to traffic safety. Read the press release.
The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning hosted two pandemic crash webinars featuring one of the leading national experts, Dr. Carol Flannagan of The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, as she discussed 2020 Michigan crash data.
Beginning in 1992, the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) began producing the Michigan Traffic Crash Facts (MTCF) publication for the Office of Highway Safety Planning. Now, 30 years later, UMTRI is preparing to produce the 2022 edition of MTCF. UMTRI developed the MTCF website, MichiganTrafficCrashFacts.org, in 2004, and the Data Query Tool was added to the website in 2006.
MTCF is a five-time winner of the “Best Traffic Records Web Page” award presented by the Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals. In 2020, the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission (GTSAC) honored MTCF with the “Richard H. Austin Long Term Service Award” for its contributions and commitment to traffic safety efforts in Michigan.