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Imagining 2050 – A look back at how we arrived at Zero

by Australian Road Research Board on January 24, 2020

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February 25, 2020

Imagine we have arrived at the year 2050 and we now have a Safe Transport System; apart from rare occasion, there are no longer deaths and serious injuries on the road. What does a transport system without road trauma (a Safe System) look like? How is a safe system a more liveable system?

This presentation takes a historical look at the past focusing on the steps taken to achieve substantial reductions in the road toll, some of which include:

  • Changes in legislation and accountability
  • Changes in road design
  • Reductions in fatal and serious injury
  • Reduction of crashes involving vulnerable road users
  • The identification of key factors in road death and serious injury through the ‘blameless model’
  • Big data collection, road use, and high risk locations
  • Changes in vehicle regulations
  • New types of Police enforcement
  • CAV technology
  • Public acceptance for road safety through publication of data and ratings

    Our expert for the webinar is Tia Gaffney Principal Professional Leader, Transport Safety at ARRB.

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