Trial giving Independence to Victorians injured in crashes
A trial of new technology to help Victorians seriously injured in road accidents live independently is underway as part of a partnership between the Transport Accident Commission and Deakin University.
Cyclists And All Victorians To Benefit From TAC Changes
Cyclists And All Victorians To Benefit From TAC Changes Cyclists injured in accidents with stationary vehicles will be able to access Transport Accident Commission (TAC) benefits under new legislation introduced into the Victorian Parliament.UnderMedia Release
Motorists urged to be alert and aware this long weekend
Motorists urged to be alert and aware this long weekend The Transport Accident Commission is urging Victorians to be rested and aware of changing conditions when hitting the road this Queen’s Birthday long weekend. The Transport AccidentMedia Release
TAC Client on a Mission to Help Severely Injured People
TAC Client on a Mission to Help Severely Injured People The Transport Accident Commission is supporting one woman’s mission to help severely injured people gain independence. Katherine Johnston became a TAC and Guide Dogs Victoria client after sheMedia Release
Budding filmmakers to call action on road safety
Budding filmmakers to call action on road safety The Transport Accident Commission is giving budding filmmakers the chance to access $50,000 to produce a short film with a road safety message. The Transport Accident Commission is giving buddingMedia Release
Lives lost on our roads to date
Lives lost 2018
Lives lost 2017
Run-off-road crashes the biggest killer on country roadsRead more
Searchable road trauma statistics
This tool will allow you to extract data about people killed and seriously injured on Victorian roadsMore information
Towards Zero is a vision for a future free of deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
The move Towards Zero is a collaborative effort between everyone in the community. Together, we can build a safer road system and help change road safety for the better.