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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.
The Transport Accident Commission is calling for manufacturers to include auto emergency braking (AEB) as standard in all new cars, following a spike in the technology’s rollout on the production line.
An Australian-first trial of alco-gates is among a raft of technology-based investigations designed to help Victoria reduce road fatalities to below 200 by 2020.
The Transport Accident Commission has enlisted Geelong Cats stars Patrick Dangerfield and Andrew Mackie as part of the Towards Zero push to stop deaths and injuries on Victorian roads.
Every two hours someone is killed or hospitalised in a road crash across Victoria. In 2015, 252 people died as a result of road trauma. In a new approach to road safety, Premier Daniel Andrews and the Minister for Roads and Road Safety today launched Towards Zero 2016-2020 with
The Transport Accident Commission today joined VicRoads, Surf Coast Shire and the State Government to announce funding for a new roundabout at a dangerous Torquay intersection.
Every motorist convicted of drink driving will be required to use an alcohol interlock device, under a crackdown by the Andrews Labor Government. Anyone found to be driving with a BAC over 0.05 will be required to drive vehicles fitted with an alcohol interlock device for a specified period, depending
A Transport Accident Commission program is helping Victorians recovering from major injuries get their lives back on track faster.
The Andrews Labor Government is upgrading roads across regional Victoria and will make an unprecedented investment to help keep people safe on country roads.