Drug drivers continue to pose a significant risk on Victoria’s roads, with the number of fatalities involving a driver or motorcyclist with drugs in their system on the rise since 2006.
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.
The Transport Accident Commission will be serving up classic movies on an outdoor cinema in regional Victorian towns in the coming weeks.
Victorians are being warned to think twice before taking risks on our roads this Christmas in a new Transport Accident Commission road safety campaign.
Victorians are being urged to keep each other safe on our roads this festive season with the Andrews Labor Government and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) today launching a pre-Christmas appeal to drivers.
The Transport Accident Commission is reminding drivers and motorcycle riders to look out for each other on the roads, with rider numbers set to increase sharply during the coming warmer months.
Victorians injured in transport accidents will no longer be out of pocket for health and medical treatment under proposed new legislation introduced into the Victorian Parliament today.
Work is underway on a major upgrade to the Midland Highway between Ballarat and Creswick, turning the notorious stretch of road into one of the region’s safest.
Victoria’s Graduated Licensing System is reducing the risk of crashes for young drivers and saving lives, according to an independent review.
The Transport Accident Commission’s Annual Report was tabled in State Parliament today, confirming the scheme is delivering improved service for clients and is in a financially sound position.