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Buchanan Computing Limited - Software Developer

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Buchanan Computing is a successful private company based in Hammersmith, London, which specialises in developing, supplying, and supporting software for traffic engineering and highway management throughout the British Isles. It is the UK's foremost supplier of computer mapping (GIS) software to traffic and highway professionals and is also prominent in traffic sign design.

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This website displays the location of reported road traffic collisions that occurred within the area policed by Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police.

This data, known as STATS19, is collected by police at the scene of an accident or may be reported by a member of the public. While not every injury collision is reported to the police, this dataset together with that of other Police forces is the most reliable source of information on road casualties.

The website also displays the sections of road where safety camears are or have been used, and the number of road traffic offences detected by safety cameras.

If you have any questions please e-mail us at saferroads@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

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