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The Transport Accident Commission has recognised the state's best road safety reporting and road safety projects at the Towards Zero Road Safety and Media Awards.
Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission has revealed the science behind the road safety education project that has generated global discussion around human vulnerability.
Local governments from across Melbourne are urged to come together at the next Towards Zero road safety symposium to learn how they can reduce deaths and injuries in their local communities.
Victorian communities have received a road safety boost after 11 community groups and organisations were awarded a share in more than $250,000 under a Transport Accident Commission grants program.
NEW Child Restraint Evaluation Program (CREP) ratings have revealed that ISOFIX compatible child car seats compared with the traditional seatbelt-retaining system are not necessarily safer when choosing a vehicle child restraint.
The face of the Transport Accident Commission’s latest campaign has lit up screens around the globe as tens of millions tuned in to meet Graham and learn about human vulnerability on the roads.
Evolutionary science and human vulnerability are at the centre of a new Victorian initiative to reduce road deaths and injuries. The Transport Accident Commission today launched its latest road safety project, highlighting how susceptible the human body is to the forces involved in transport accidents.
Regional Victorians will be invited to get up close and personal with Graham - the face of a world first Transport Accident Commission road safety initiative.
The Andrews Labor Government today marked 40 years of random breath testing – with thousands of lives having been saved since Victoria Police conducted their first test in July 1976.
Victorian organisations and journalists are being encouraged to get their entries in for the third annual Towards Zero Road Safety and Media Awards.