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The Courier-Mail Mar 6
Shocking footage of a motorcyclist looking at his mobile phone while travelling at high speeds on a busy motorway in wet weather
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StoneFishHugger Jan 18
I can't tell if this satire? Please tell me this is satire? I just ... Fuck. This can't be real????
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Paul Muollo Dec 28
Road Toll will only start to decline once the appropriate authorities start focusing on the root cause of the vast majority of fatal accidents. Dangerous driving not speeding. Nearby street has 2 speed cameras within 500m. WTF!
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Sharon Murdoch May 22
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Gavin Wright 8h
This ad really makes you think
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northlandroadsafety Jun 18
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Mark Hinchliffe Jun 17
Will you spare a thought for the fallen riders this Sunday in the 2nd Annual Ride 4 Our Fallen Riders focus attention on safety? Stop SMIDSY
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Pene Wood May 31
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Milos N. Mladenovic May 28
For those interested in , here is a Decision-Support Framework for Selecting the Optimal Collection System
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ABC Melbourne May 13
Victoria Police call for more powers to fine "gobsmacking" number of drivers taking selfies, using mobile phones:
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7 News Sydney Apr 26
There was a blunt warning for drivers today as road safety advocates launched the 'Fatality Free Friday' campaign.
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The Courier-Mail Apr 22
Acting Prime Minister, Infrastructure and Transport Minister announces $800m funding for notorious blackspot on from Cooroy to Curra
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Peter Oataway🇦🇺 Apr 16
Pumping money into subsidised public transport by ( chasing Inner City votes ) and ( chasing Inner City votes ) is pathetic Inner City Pork 🐽🐷🐽🐷votes Same time our dilapidated roads are killing people 🚘🚍🏍
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Cam Perkins Apr 9
This is big news. (that price paid for driving...) is already significantly larger than this time last year. being implemented by 2020 recognizes that people make mistakes on roads, and designs for the most vulnerable.
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The Courier-Mail Mar 31
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QUT Media Mar 27
Point-to-point in the : researcher says the tech shows promising signs of preventing speeding via .
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Monash University Mar 26
Almost a fifth of Australia’s is due to heavy vehicle crashes. So today we launch a new road project with and to prevent these crashes save lives.
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Incident Alerts Mar 22
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Citizen Question Jan 21
The is terrible and we put a lot of resources into lowering it The is terrible and we.....
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StoneFishHugger Jan 16
End the spike. There was an 86% increase in NSW truck fatalities BEFORE this week. The entire country should be supporting They warned & . TWU are working to protect all road users, not just their drivers
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