Road Safety Statistical Summary

The TAC Road Safety Statistical Summary contains statistical information on the road toll, serious casualties, drink driving and police enforcement. 

See below the latest revised Road Safety Statistical Summary:

Tables in the report

  • Tables in the report include road toll figures for the year to date and as a rolling 12 month total (broken down by gender, road user, accident location, age group, alctime*, police region/district and accident type):
  • serious casualties (broken down by gender, road user, accident location, age group, 'alctime', police region/district and accident type)
  • Victorian road fatalities by month since July 1951
  • alcohol-related fatalities
  • interstate fatalities
  • police enforcement activity (booze bus random breath testing, speed camera data).

Graphs in the report 

  • Graphs in the summary show the trends for:
  • casualties per 10,000 vehicles
  • fatalities and serious casualties in urban and rural areas
  • serious casualties in urban and rural areas by age groups
  • fatalities and serious injuries by road user class
  • alcohol-related fatalities
  • serious casualties by 'alctime'
  • random breath testing in urban and rural areas.

*alctime - refers to whether or not the accident occurred during a time when alcohol related crashes are more or less likely.

Previous Road Safety Statistical Summary Reports: