On Road Cyclist Crashes, since 2012, which have been reported by the Police or the Public through the AFP Crash Report Form.
Although crash data is updated on regular basis it will always have a backlog of entries hence it is not a true reflection of the up to date crash locations.
Crash locations are only indicative and may not reflect an accurate position of persons involved in an incident.
Casualty crashes are occasionally omitted from some maps or crash reports if they are still under investigation.
Files in GTFS format for ACTION Bus routes and timetables.
This dataset is currently hosted on Transport Canberra’s website, with the Last Updated dates being available here:
https://www.transport.act.gov.au/contact-us/information-for-developers The dates displayed on this page refer to the metadata within data.act only, and are not reflective of the changes made to the Transit Feed data.
Unverified data in this dataset. The data displayed may have undergone no or only preliminary quality assurance checks. These data may require modification as a result of calibration changes, power failures, instrument failures etc.
Each quarter, ACT Policing issues crime statistics illustrating the offences reported or becoming known in suburbs across Canberra.
The selected offences highlighted in the statistics include: assault, sexual offences, robbery, burglary, motor vehicle theft, other theft (such as shoplifting and fraud) and property damage. It is important to note that these numbers may fluctuate as new complainants come forward, more Traffic Infringement Notices are downloaded into the system, or when complaints are withdrawn.
It should also be noted that the individual geographical areas will not combine to the ACT totals due to the exclusion of rural sectors and other regions.
It is important for the community to understand there may be a straight-forward explanation for a spike in offences in their neighbourhood.
For example, sexual offences in Narrabundah increased from two in the January to March last year, to 32 in the first quarter of 2012. These 32 sexual offences relate to one historical case which was reported to police in January 2012, and which has since been finalised.
The smaller the number of reported offences involved, the greater the chance for a dramatic percentage increase.