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The face of the Transport Accident Commission’s latest campaign has lit up screens around the globe as 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 Awards.
The Transport Accident Commission has unveiled a bold new plan to lead the world in social insurance from its Geelong headquarters.
The 25 year partnership with the Transport Accident Commission also takes on a new mantra as the clubs commit to stand together towards zero deaths and serious injuries on the roads.
Regional leaders from across Victoria will join road safety decision makers next week to discuss ways to reduce road trauma in their communities.
The Transport Accident Commission’s Premium Pitstop experience will be rolled out at six busy Driver Reviver sites this weekend giving road trippers an extra reason to take a break. With fatigue estimated to be a factor in one in five crashes, the TAC is supporting efforts by SES and Victoria
A new stretch of wire rope barrier on the Melba Highway near Yea has saved three lives, after a driver crashed into the barrier when he fell asleep at the wheel. The near-miss happened at the new Victorian first centreline wire-rope barrier that was installed in September last year.