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COVID-19 COMPLACENCY DRIVING RISE IN DANGEROUS ROAD BEHAVIOUR

MEDIA RELEASE COVID-19 COMPLACENCY DRIVING RISE IN DANGEROUS ROAD BEHAVIOUR Australian Road Safety Foundation research reveals increased risks being taken behind the wheel With lower traffic volumes and congestion across the country, Australians are taking extra risks...

FATALITY FREE FRIDAY

Protecting precious life on our roads is all of our responsibility. We are inviting you to be part of our 2020 Fatality Free Friday initiative. Share your story and image via the link below to help encourage more Australians to choose road safety Supporting Road...

ROAD SAFETY AWARENESS AND ENABLERS FUND NOW OPEN

Applications for the Road Safety Awareness and Enablers Fund are now open and the Federal Government is urging organisations with an interest in road safety education and awareness to apply.Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional...

RURAL ROAD RISK RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR FURTHER AWARENESS

MEDIA RELEASE August 2019 RURAL ROAD RISK RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR FURTHER AWARENESS Australian Road Safety Foundation’s month-long safety initiative targets high-risk rural roads Despite two thirds of road deaths occurring on regional roads in 2018[1], new...

ROAD SAFETY SPOTLIGHT ON RURAL ROADS IN AUGUST

A national awareness campaign targets safety on regional and rural roads during the month of August, when the majority of road trauma occurs in Western Australia. To read more please CLICK HERE

SEVEN STATES AND TERRITORIES RECORD A FRIDAY, FATALITY FREE

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Use 1 June 2019 SEVEN STATES AND TERRITORIES RECORD A FRIDAY, FATALITY FREE Sadly, despite almost half a million Australians choosing to pledge their support for Fatality Free Friday yesterday, one person was killed in the Darling Downs...

AUSTRALIANS URGED TO CHOOSE ROAD SAFETY THIS FATALITY FREE FRIDAY

MEDIA RELEASE 31 May 2019 AUSTRALIANS URGED TO CHOOSE ROAD SAFETY THIS FATALITY FREE FRIDAY With road trauma being the number one killer of children aged 14 and under, and the second highest killer of young people aged under 24, the Australian Road Safety Foundation...