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Regulations

date of publication: 11 maja 2020

The Map of road accidents has been made available on the Portal along with the database of accidents and statistics. After accepting the Regulation each User has access to interactive map. The Map is equipped with filtering mechanism enabling to obtain data on road accidents through Poland since 2010, as well as basic indicators needed to conduct road safety analysis. The obtain data can be downloaded from the tables generated on the map’ page (formats: json, xml, csv, txt, MS-Excel, pdf). It is also possible to display detailed information about individual accidents.

REGULATIONS FOR THE USE OF THE INTERACTIVE MAP OF ROAD ACCIDENTS

  1. The Regulations set out the terms and conditions for using the interactive map of road accidents (hereinafter referred to as the Map), which is available as part of the portal www.obserwatoriumbrd.pl/en (hereinafter referred to as the Portal).
  2. Using the Map means acceptance of these Regulations without restrictions and objections.
  3. The Portal along with the Map is run and administrated by the Motor Transport Institute – Polish Road Safety Observatory (POBR).
  4. Data on road accidents come from Police Database SEWiK - Accident and Collision Register, Central Statistical Office of Poland, Central Registry of Vehicles and Drivers, General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways. 
    Motor Transport Institute is not responsible for any errors in those data.
  5. Data presented on the Map are available free of charge.
  6. When using data from the Map, User is obliged to citing source of origin: Motor Transport Institute – Polish Road Safety Observatory  www.obserwatoriumbrd.pl/en
  7. The Map’s resources may be used for non-commercial purposes. For commercial purposes Map’s resources may be used after obtaining permission of the Map’s Administrator. To obtain above permission, please send an application with information by whom and for what purpose those data will be used. Application should be sent to the Map’s Administrator by e-mail: info@obserwatoriumbrd.pl
  8. Data on the Map may be used only for the purpose of road safety analysis. The Map presented on the website of Polish Road Safety Observatory is for reference only and cannot be treated as an official document. Data on the Map cannot be the basis for any administrative or official activities. The Motor Transport Institute is not responsible for analyzes and conclusions prepared on the basis of data presented on the website:  www.obserwatoriumbrd.pl/en
  9. The Regulations may be changed at any time and to any extent. The changes are effective from the moment they are published on the Portal. It is the User's responsibility to promptly become familiar with these changes as using Portal resources, after they are published, constitutes acceptance of changes in regulations.