New York State traffic safety data and statistical summaries of traffic crashes, traffic tickets, and conviction rates for New York counties are compiled annually. Crash data from 2015 and beyond is housed in a publicly-accessible, searchable, Internet-based archive called the Traffic Safety Statistical Repository (TSSR) at the Institute for Traffic Safety Management & Research (ITSMR). Crash data from 2013 and earlier can be obtained through the links below or by using the TSSR (2009 cutoff). Ticket data from 2014 and earlier is contained in county data reports available to download via the links below. Ticket data from 2015 and moving forward is available using the TSSR.
Statewide Motor Vehicle Crash Data Summaries for 2014 and earlier are published at the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles. Moving forward information is available using the TSSR.
Vulnerable roadway users struck by motor vehicles at the center of the safest, large US city (pdf) - 2013 study from Bellevue Hospital
The Bureau of Occupational Health and Injury Prevention at the New York State Department of Health has created statewide and county-level fact sheets and data tables for traffic crashes in New York. These tables use crash reports linked to hospitalization and emergency department visits to provide medical and financial outcomes of motor vehicle crashes and allow local traffic safety and public health professionals to identify traffic injury problems within their counties and be able to compare their counties to other counties, and NYS as a whole. This information is available at http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/prevention/injury_prevention/traffic/index.htm.
Traffic Safety Information, Statistics & Databases