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NEW ROAD USER RESEARCH REVEALS INCREASED REGIONAL ROAD RISK

Australian Road Safety Foundation implores all road users to be the change they want to see on the road. With two in three road deaths occurring on regional roads,[1] new research from the Australian Road Safety Foundation[2] (ARSF) has detailed why all Australians...

NEW ROAD USER RESEARCH REVEALS INCREASED REGIONAL ROAD RISK

Australian Road Safety Foundation implores all road users to be the change they want to see on the road.  With two in three road deaths occurring on regional roads,[1] new research from the Australian Road Safety Foundation[2] (ARSF) has detailed why all Australians...

NEW ROAD RISK RESEARCH UNCOVERS AUSSIES SPEEDING SHAME

Australian Road Safety Foundation urges road users to consider domino effect of road trauma Despite ongoing efforts to educate road users about their role in reducing the devastating impact of road trauma, new research reveals Australians are continuing to undertake...

GEO-TARGETING TECHNOLOGY TO KEEP KIDS SAFE IN SCHOOL ZONES

Australian first ‘Slow Down Songs’ on Spotify piloted in Queensland The Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) has teamed up with Spotify and some of Queensland’s leading musicians in a national first that will geotarget drivers within school zones. The...

ROAD USERS IMPLORED TO BE FESTIVE, NOT FATAL, THIS CHRISTMAS

Today the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) alongside the ACT Government, Police and AAMI have implored local road users to do their part in preventing trauma and tragedy this Christmas. Minister for Transport Chris Steel, ACT Policing, AAMI representatives, as...