Without the love and support of our community Safety in Numbers would not exist. We encourage anyone who uses our tools or wants to support our mission to contribute.
map.safe7y.com is a public map of road safety features and road hazards. Knowing what's on our roads and what condition it is in will help save thousands of lives every year and we need your help to do it!
Imagery- To see street level photos of the area
Anyone with knowledge of the road and a willingness to learn is welcome to add features or flag hazards on the map.
If you have any issue creating an account or experience any other problems with the site please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will do their best to assist.
We love our contributors. Without the generous support of many talented people this effort would be impossible.
If you have experience with a particular device, standard, or other aspect of road safety you are welcome to edit any page you find related to it.
Don't see the page you're after? Create it.
Please be sure to follow our content guidelines when uploading images or drawings.
Right now we limiting editing to people with known experience.
Any unknown user is allowed to read and make comment on any page, but not to edit. To become an editor please email email@example.com and provide a short introduction to yourself, including any relevant experience.
The following groups of people become editors immediately on signing up (provided they use their work provided email address):
The email domains of the above groups are listed on the Organizations page
If you have any issue creating an account with editing privileges please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will do their best to assist.
The code for all our public projects is Open Source and we encourage anyone with expertise (or simply interest) to help us improve it.
Please visit the company page on Gitlab for more details.
Much of our analysis work relies on the public streetview data provided by the users of Mapillary. If you drive a lot, please consider using your phone to add streetview imagery to their database.
See Mapillary's documentation for more information.
Please use only publicly available resources (including images), and cite your sources.
Some excellent resources which may assist you are: