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Statistics

Are you a member of the media, student or academic, road safety professional, or interested member of the public looking for road toll statistics? The ACRS maintains a current list of statistics for Australia, New Zealand, and international regions. Click on the relevant link for more information.

Australian state-by-state statistics:

  1. Australian Capital Territory (ACT Policing)
  2. New South Wales (NSW Centre for Road Safety)
  3. Northern Territory (NT Department of Transport)
  4. Queensland (QLD Department of Transport and Main Roads)
  5. South Australia (SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure)
  6. Tasmania (TAS Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources)
  7. Victoria (VIC Road Safety Partners)
  8. Western Australia (WA Road Safety Commission)

Country-wide statistics:

1. Australia

2. New Zealand (New Zealand Transport Agency)

 

The risks and consequences of driving while distracted – with statistics (NZ):

 

Australia and New Zealand Holiday Road Toll statistics:

  1. Easter & Christmas periods to 2014/2015– (ANZPAA – historical data only.to 2014/2015 Christmas period)
  2. Australian Christmas period road fatality statistics
  3. Australian Easter period road fatality statistics
  4. New Zealand – Christmas/New Year holiday period statistics (New Zealand Ministry of Transport)

 

International statistics:

  1. International Road Safety Comparisons Reports (Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, BITRE)
  2. International Road Traffic and Accident Database (OECD)
  3. European Road Safety Observatory
  4. OECD Country Reports on Road Safety Performance
  5. IRF World Road Statistics

 

WHO Global Status report on road safety 2018:

 

Injury publications:

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reports, including:

  1. Trends in hospitalised injury, Australia: 1999-00 to 2010-11
  2. Injury of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people due to transport: 2005-06 to 2009-10
  3. Trends in hospitalised childhood injury in Australia 1999-07
  4. Serious injury due to land transport accidents, Australia 2007-08
  5. Trends in serious injury due to land transport accidents, Australia 2000-01 to 2008-09

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