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Australian Transport Council: National Road Safety Action Plan, 2009 and 2010

At the meeting of the Australian Transport Council on 7 November 2008, Ministers

Publication type: Safety Education Material
Release date: 06 November 2008
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Behaviour, Bicycle, Child, Drugs, Economic, Education, Enforcement, Exposure, Fatigue, Fleet, Gender, Head, Indigenous, Injury, Media, Methodology, Motorcycle, Pedestrian, Risk, Road, Rural, Speed, Statistics, Compatibility, Visual, Bus

Intelligent Transport Systems to Support Police Enforcement of Road Safety Laws

Police enforcement of Road Rules and Regulations involves a wide range of complex tasks, many of which

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Grant
Release date: 24 April 2007
Publication subjects: Enforcement

Community Attitudes to Road Safety - Community Attitudes Survey Wave 19, 2006

This report documents the findings from the latest survey of community attitudes to road safety. The nineteenth in a series of national surveys on community attitudes to road safety was conducted in March and April 2006. A total of 1,644 interviews

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Consultant Report
Release date: 14 December 2006
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Behaviour, Community attitudes, Drugs, Enforcement, Fatigue, Seat belts, Speed

CR 214: Survey on Speeding and Enforcement (2003)

This report provides the results of a survey of Australian residents on a range of issues relating to driving speeds, speed infringements, perceived and preferred speed enforcement tolerances, and attitudes towards speed enforcement measures.

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Consultant Report
Release date: 01 January 2003
Publication subjects: Comm attitudes, Enforcement, Speed

Developing a model for a randomised trial of alcohol ignition interlocks in Queensland

This study reports a trial of an extension of the 'Under the Limit' Drink Driving Rehabilitation program (UTL) to include ignition interlocks which commenced in February 2001.

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Grant
Release date: 01 January 2002
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Enforcement

The Road Safety Implications of Unlicensed Driving: A Survey of Unlicensed Drivers

This report documents the findings of a survey of 309 unlicensed driving offenders interviewed at the Brisbane Central Magistrates Court. A wide range of offenders participated in the study including disqualified and suspended drivers, expired

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Grant
Release date: 01 January 2001
Publication subjects: Behaviour, Enforcement, Licensing training

Cost Effectiveness of Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection

The Federal Office of Road Safety (FORS) commissioned Keatsdale Pty. Ltd. to prepare a report on the cost effectiveness of periodic motor vehicle inspection (PMVI).

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Release date: 01 January 1999
Publication subjects: Enforcement

The Relationship Between Alcohol Related Medical Conditions and Road Crashes

There have been many interventions implemented around the world in an attempt to deter drink drivers. However, high risk offenders who repeatedly drink and drive are difficult to target. If high risk drivers could be identified prior to receiving

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Grant
Release date: 01 January 1999
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Enforcement

Drink-driving Arrests and Alcohol-Related Crashes: Results from the Linkage of Western Australian Arrest and Crash Records (1987–1995)

Records of all reported road crashes occurring in Western Australia between 1987 and 1995 were linked with records of all drink-driving arrests in the sameperiod. All drink-driving arrests and all road crashes experienced by each driver over the

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Grant
Release date: 01 January 1998
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Enforcement

CR 162: The Long-Term Effects Of Random Breath Testing In Four Australian States: A Time Series Analysis (1997)

This study is about the long-term effectiveness of random breath testing, as judged by time series analyses of statistical data on accidents and police enforcement in four Australian states: New South Wales (RBT introduced December 17, 1982),

Publication type: Research and Analysis Report
Publication sub type: Consultant Report
Release date: 01 April 1997
Publication subjects: Alcohol, Enforcement

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