In the last five years, close to 1,200 people have been killed on Victorian roads – an average of 236 people each year.
In the last five years almost 200 motorcycle riders and pillion passengers have been killed on Victorian roads.
In the last five years, 175 pedestrians have been killed - an average of 35 pedestrians killed each year on Victorian roads.
Over the last five years, around 236 people have been killed on the road each year, with excessive or inappropriate speed a contributory factor in many crashes.
More than 130 vehicle occupants who were killed on Victorian roads in the last five years were not wearing a seatbelt.
Only 24% of the Victorian population lives outside the metropolitan area, yet half of all lives lost in 2018 on Victorian roads occurred in regional Victoria.
Local Government Area (LGA) lives lost statistics
In 2018, 131 drivers and passengers lost their lives, representing 62% of the total number of lives lost on our roads.
96 cyclists have been killed on Victorian roads in the last ten years – an average of nine each year.