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Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016

 Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy Second Action Plan 2007 - 2016

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy Second Action Plan 2011-2013, (PDF)

Tasmania Together is the Tasmanian Government's long-term social, economic and environmental plan for the future. Tasmania Together includes a number of specific targets for road safety:

  • By 2010: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2005
  • By 2015: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2010
  • By 2020: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2015
The Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016 will strive to achieve these targets.

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016, (PDF)

Tasmania Together is the Tasmanian Government's long-term social, economic and environmental plan for the future. Tasmania Together includes a number of specific targets for road safety:

  • By 2010: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2005
  • By 2015: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2010
  • By 2020: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2015
The Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016 will strive to achieve these targets.

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Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy Action Plan 2007/08 - 2009/10, (PDF)

There are four key Strategic Directions outlined in the Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016. These are:

  • Safer Travel Speeds
  • Best Practice Infrastructure
  • Increased Safety for Young Road Users
  • Enhanced Vehicle Safety

This Action Plan outlines the key initiatives the Tasmanian Government is committed to implementing for the Financial Years 2007/08 to 2009/10.

 

An Independent Evaluation of Proposed Initiatives for the Tasmanian Road Safety Action Plan 2010-2013, (PDF)

This evaluation recommends a number of key measures that, if incorporated into the next road safety action plan, have the potential to significantly reduce the number of serious casualties occurring on Tasmania?s roads over the life of the current strategy and beyond.


 

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Safer Travel Speeds In Shared Urban Spaces Funding Program


An initiative aimed at reducing vehicle speeds in busy, shared urban spaces. This Program is part of the Safer Travel Speed strategic direction of the Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016.
  

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Kingborough Safer Speeds (KiSS) Demonstration


The Kingborough Safer Speeds (KiSS) Demonstration is about safer travel speeds on rural roads. During the KiSS Demonstration speed limits on rural roads will be lower than the 100 km/h rural default that applies elsewhere in the State.
  

Safer Vehicles in Tasmania


Enhanced Vehicle Safety is one of four key strategic directions of the Government's new Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016.
  

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016 - Road Safety Levy


From 1 December 2007, vehicle registrations will include a road safety levy of $20 per annum ($12 per annum concession) for a period of five years.
 

Your Road Safety Levy at Work


 

Tasmania's Proposed Mandatory Alcohol Interlocks Program



Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy
2009-10 Work Program Progress Report