The 2016 Road Safety Monitor (RSM) has been released. This survey looks at the Victorian driver's perceptions, attitudes and self-reported behaviours - the data is then used to identify potential areas of road safety concern in the community. Overall, 727 people Victorians completed the survey.
The TAC is urging Victorian motorists to take a break and drive to the conditions to ensure everyone has a safe journey this Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
Wine lovers sampling the region’s finest drops at Rutherglen’s annual Winery Walkabout have been urged to make sure they get home safely by separating their drinking from driving.
Transport Accident Commission road safety manager Samantha Buckis said while food and wine tasting will be high on everyone’s agenda, planning a safe
A burst of wintry weather has prompted the Transport Accident Commission to call on country drivers to slow down and adapt to more hazardous conditions. TAC road safety director Samantha Cockfield said wintry conditions magnified the dangers of driving on country roads.
One of Victoria’s premier women’s soccer clubs is the latest recruit in Victoria’s bid to create a new generation of safe young drivers. Transport Accident Commission CEO Joe Calafiore today announced the TAC had signed on as a major partner with Women’s National Premier Leagues (WNPL) club Galaxy United FC.
An unlikely partnership between laughter and road safety is at the centre of a new Transport Accident Commission effort to save regional Victorian lives.
The TAC has joined forces with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Road Show as it tours the state between now and early July.
Three new road safety campaigns designed by young Victorians will be created under a new program to reduce the number of young lives lost on the state’s roads.
The Transport Accident Commission’s Green Man Grants program supports young people aged 18 to 25 to create and deliver a road
Some of Melbourne’s iconic landmarks will be illuminated yellow this week, to raise awareness and support the thousands of people across the state impacted by road trauma. Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan today joined the Member for Albert Park Martin Foley, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Victoria
Drug drivers have been put on notice in a new Transport Accident Commission (TAC) campaign to reduce drug-related deaths on Victorian roads.
As Victorians prepare to visit family and friends these Easter holidays, drivers are reminded to slow down, stick to the speed limit and take regular breaks. With drowsy driving a factor in one-in-ten road deaths, Easter is a particularly dangerous time with thousands of Victorians driving to holiday destinations