Australian governments at all levels are working together with our communities to change the road transport system to prevent deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
The National Road Safety Strategy represents all governments’ commitment to deliver significant reductions in road trauma, putting Australia on a path to achieve ‘Vision Zero’ or zero deaths and serious injuries on our roads by 2050.
National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30
The National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30 sets out Australia’s road safety objectives over the next decade, and includes key priorities for action and targets to reduce the annual number of fatalities by a least 50 per cent and serious injuries by at least 30 per cent by 2030. The Strategy continues the commitment to the Safe System approach and strengthening all elements of our road transport system under three key themes: Safe roads, Safe vehicles and Safe road use.
Speed management is embedded within all key themes. The Strategy adopts a social model approach to foster a road safety culture across society and make road safety business-as-usual.
Read the National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30 PDF: 8113 KB
For explanations on key concepts covered in the Strategy including the Movement and Place approach and performance monitoring read our fact sheets.