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"For the record" allows the community to read about the views of the TAC on current issues.

 

For the record - Staff driving infringements - 01 Jun 2017

TAC employees deal with road trauma every day and should understand better than most how behaviours like speeding lead to deaths and injuries.We demand high standards from the hundreds of employees using TAC fleet vehicles and take any staff infringements extremely seriously.In addition to paying any fines, any staff member


For the record - Royal Park Truck and Tram Crash - 23 May 2017

The TAC is working with the relevant emergency departments to ensure anyone injured in yesterday's collision are aware of the benefits and support available to them.Our priority is to help anyone hurt on our roads to get their lives back on track as soon as possible.The last thing they should


For the record - TAC Statement updated: Joel Selwood, Geelong Football Club - 02 Mar 2017

A meeting between the club and the TAC took place earlier this week.The club has advised they are determining appropriate action to address the disappointing actions of Joel Selwood.We work closely with the Cats to ensure that all of the players and officials understand the important role they play as


For the record - TAC Statement: Joel Selwood, Geelong Football Club - 25 Feb 2017

TAC Spokesperson Hamish Heard:We have spoken to the Geelong Football Club again today and have been fully briefed.The club has advised they are determining appropriate action to address the disappointing actions of Joel Selwood.We work closely with the Cats to ensure that all of the players and officials understand the


For the record - TAC response to proposed speed limit increase on Princes Highway - 10 Feb 2017

When weighing up calls for a 10km/h speed limit increase between Geelong and Werribee, it's worth considering a simple question: Is saving a bit more than two minutes in travel time worth the rise in deaths and injuries the increase would bring?Given the proven links between higher speeds and increased