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Access MAST

MAST is a collection of cloud-based data visualisation and analysis tools which has revolutionised information use in road safety. It not only provides stakeholders with national crash data for user-customised in-depth analysis, but also offers unique insights into people involved in crashes with the help of Mosaic Public Sector, the market leading socio-demographic database from Experian.

MAST provides simple and quick access to information about core road safety subjects through the Dashboard and continues to provide powerful analytical insight through the original MAST Online system.

If you are already registered as a user of MAST and have received your username and password, please log in by clicking on the appropriate tab below.

You can change or reset your password from the Login page.

If you are unsure which version you need or are having difficulty accessing the dashboard please click on the ‘User Guide’ tab above.


MAST Dashboard provides a more graphical front-end to the MAST dataset with a focus on geography to drive comparative analysis.  We have pre-analysed much of the data and presented the dimensions* we think are most relevant to each topic.  The number of road safety topics will grow in 2015, eventually covering the majority of road safety concern areas.

You can access any of the MAST Dashboards using your existing MAST logon credentials.  If you have forgotten your username please contact us, if you need to reset your password, please click here.

There are two choices of web technology that can be used to access the Dashboards and both have very similar functionality:

Microsoft Silverlight

Currently our preferred option but only works on Windows PCs with the Microsoft Silverlight plugin installed.  You can use any browser of choice and this provides a quicker user experience as individual elements are refreshed one at a time when filtering data.  It does require the plugin to be installed on your PC however, something that can’t always be achieved by users depending on their IT security policies.

Once you click on the link you will be presented with the login screen above.  Click on ‘Windows Login’ then type your username and password into the pop-up box.

HTML Explorer

As well as being free from local PC security constraints the HTML Dashboard is also accessible via mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones.  The downside is that they can sometimes be slower to load so please be patient when making changes to filters.  Unfortunately the HTML Explorer dashboards do not currently support the ‘Cube’ tabs where users can carry out more in-depth analysis of the road safety topic.  This information (and much more) is still available in MAST Online however.

Once you click on the link you will be presented with the login screen above.  Click on ‘Windows Login’ then type your username and password into the pop-up box.

If you would like to know more about the functionality within the Dashboards the user guide can be accessed here.


*Dimensions are the individual rows from data extracted from the STAST19 data e.g. Driver Age.

If you would like to know more about MAST and how you can gain access, please click here.

For more information on how to use the dashboard, you can have a look at the guide