Ironworkers Memorial Bridge remains the most dangerous intersection in North Vancouver, according to the latest data published by ICBC.
There were 832 collisions on the bridge between 2014 and 2019, out of which 377 were casualties, which is described by ICBC as crashes that result in fatality or injury.
The rest were PDO, or property damage only, collisions.
Bowser Avenue and Capilano Road and Capilano Road off ramp are next on the list with 766 accidents recorded on the intersection, with 313 causalities.
Next on the list are Mosquito Creek bridge and Trans-Canada Highway and Westview Drive and Westview Drive off ramp and on ramp. They together account for 745 accidents.
The fourth most dangerous intersections with 696 accidents are: East 25th Street and East 25th street off-ramp and on-ramp, Lonsdale Avenue and Lonsdale Avenue off ramp and on ramp as well as TransCanada Highway and West 25th Street and Turning lane.
Dollarton Highway and Dollarton Highway off ramp and on ramp, Ironworkers bridge and Main Street and Main Street on-ramp and off ramp are intersections that land fifth on the list with 605 collisions.
The numbers don’t include crashes that took place in parking lots or those that involved vehicles that were parked.
Nicolas Jimenez, ICBC’s president and CEO, said ICBC would continue to expand the data available on icbc.com to better support customers and other stakeholders.
“ICBC is sharing more data publicly in a customizable, convenient format that will make data available to the public in a timelier way. This initiative also supports the B.C. government’s Open Data initiative,” he said.
ICBC said it would add more data throughout the year on topics including contraventions and driver licensing.
Detailed data on crashes in cities can be accessed from the ICBC dashbboard.