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Here we share road safety news, views and innovations as we work towards zero road deaths and injuries on our roads.

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Towards Zero - news and blogs

To achieve the Towards Zero vision of a future free of deaths and serious injuries on our roads, we all need to work together to keep improving the safety of our road network.

Celeste Bruce recruits her dog and clients in daily cycling commute Woman on bike riding along a suburban road

From cycling to her South Melbourne pilates studio with her four-legged friend to ensuring her workspace is set up so others can follow suit, wellness advocate Celeste Bruce is a

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Meet Graham – the only person designed to survive on our roads Interactive sculpture Graham's face

Meet Graham the only person designed to survive a car crash. Find out more about how Graham was born and what it tells us about road safety

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Torquay cyclist Ross Herbert keeps love of cycling in the family Torquay local Ross and his kids ready to ride their bikes to schol

Ross’s active lifestyle quickly extended to his family when his kids were born.I’ve lived in Torquay for 35 years and I’ve been teaching at Torquay College for nine. We live

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Cycling keeps commuter Simon Willshire spirited, social and strong Simon Willshire rides along a beach front bike path

Simon was nine when he inherited his brother’s Malvern Star.The foot brake didn't work, but it had hand brakes. There were Chopper handlebars and I could ride the bike side-saddle

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Support gets Anne Scerri back on her bike

Anne started cycling at age 3, but didn’t get her first bike until 20 years later.I grew out of my three-wheeler and never got a two-wheel bike. It wasn’t until

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Up close with cycling champion, Cadel Evans Cadel Evans at look out

Cadel got his first bike at age two, and has been hooked ever since.It was a 16-inch BMX with training wheels. I started racing when I was 14. I lived

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