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Media Release from Minister for Finance Robin Scott and Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan
The Victorian Labor Government is pleased to announce the appointment of two new directors to the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) Board.
Media Release from Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan.
The Andrews Labor Government, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and Museums Victoria are partnering to create a world leading Road Safety Education Complex at the Melbourne Museum in Carlton.
In an effort to reduce cyclist road trauma, the Transport Accident Commission has partnered with this weekend’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race to promote the road safety message.
Media Release from Minister for Finance Robin Scott.
“This tragedy has affected many Victorians – and we are doing everything we can to ensure everyone gets the support they need.”
“TAC teams attended hospitals over the weekend to provide immediate support to affected families and reassure them that we’ll be
The Transport Accident Commission has renewed calls for Victorians to look out for each other on the roads as the final month of summer approaches.
The Transport Accident Commission has mobilised staff to support anyone affected by today’s Bourke Street Mall tragedy.
The hottest names in Australian music will be taking over the ‘burbs this summer, in the name of road safety.
The Government today declared 2017 Victoria’s year of action against road fatalities, after a heartbreaking third-straight year of increased road deaths.
Last year 291 people lost their lives, 39 more than in 2015.
The Transport Accident Commission has asked Victorians to spare a thought for those spending Christmas Day in hospital with crash-related injuries.
As Victorians prepare for their summer holidays, the TAC is asking motorists to consider turning the road trip to their destination into part of their holiday. The call aims to prevent fatigue-related crashes, accounting for about one-in-four fatalities on the state’s roads.