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Road Safety

Safer People

Safer People

As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to facilitate the learning and development of safer drivers on our roads. Safer people have the capacity to engage safely and responsibly in our road network and environment.

Safer Vehicles

Safer Vehicles

As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we support and encourage the use of advanced vehicle technologies and safety features that help to prevent crashes and minimise the impact to occupants and pedestrians.

Safer Roads

Safer Roads

As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to create safer roads and roadsides that are more forgiving of human error.

Safer Speeds

Safer Speeds

As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to set speed limits on our roads that are appropriate for the conditions and road environment.

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016

The Tasmanian Government and the Road Safety Advisory Council are committed to working towards the elimination of fatalities and serious injuries caused by road trauma in Tasmania.

Road Safety Advisory Council (RSAC)

Road Safety Advisory Council (RSAC)

RSAC makes recommendations to Government about road safety policy, community, school-based and public education programs,  expenditure of the road safety levy and oversees advertising campaigns.

School Bus Safety - Smart Stop Website

School Bus Safety - Smart Stop Website

Smart Stop is a Tasmanian State Government Initiative aimed at protecting children on the way to and from school.

Tasmanian Crash Statistics

Tasmanian Crash Statistics

Information on road crash statistics for the previous calendar year, including quarterly updates and presents road crash statistic trends for the last five years.