- New laws to address drink driving and reduce deaths and injuries on
- Expanded interlock program to start on 1 October
- Napthine Government building a safer Victoria
A Victorian mother has opened up about the tragic death of her 16-year-old son in a new book she hopes will help others find strength following the loss of a loved one to road trauma.
A world-first project will see the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) work with some of Australia's brightest digital minds to help solve a road safety problem plaguing young Victorian drivers.
The Transport Accident Commission will serve up an ace for road safety when it gives tennis fans a chance to compete on a Grand Slam court at next month's Australian Open. For the first time in the event's history, fans at the Open will be able to kit up and
The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) is encouraging all Victorians to make an important promise before they hit the road this Christmas holiday season – to be present.
TAC has issued a road safety plea to newly licensed drivers and their parents, as the latest round of secondary school graduates celebrate the end of school.
Geelong's economy and job development will take a major step forward with Premier Denis Napthine today announcing a $7 million investment in a specialised training centre to provide employment pathways for people to work in the city's growing injury and insurance industry.
About 20 Victorian councils will share in $1.2 million under a new Transport Accident Commission program to improve cyclist and pedestrian safety across the state
A new website helping first car buyers find safe vehicles that won't break the bank has the potential to save young lives, according to the Transport Accident Commission. The TAC developed its How Safe is Your First Car website in response to research showing Victoria's most inexperienced motorists were also
Designated drivers will be celebrated at 13 country racing meets across Victoria this season, under a new Transport Accident Commission (TAC) online initiative starting today. For the next month, people can head to Country Racing Victoria's Facebook page to sign up for the chance to win a Zero Hero trip