The primary measure of success for the National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30 (the Strategy) will be the overall reduction in road trauma, with targets for reducing the number of deaths from road crashes by at least 50 per cent and by at least 30 per cent for serious injuries over the decade to 2030.
Progress for achieving these targets will be assessed using high level outcome indicators, such as the number of deaths and serious injuries and safety performance indicators (SPIs), which aim to measure the effectiveness of interventions to improve road safety outcomes.
To learn more about how we use will measure our success read our performance monitoring factsheet.
The National Road Safety Data Hub (Data Hub) will be responsible for measuring and reporting Strategy and Action Plan indicators. The Data Hub will leverage road safety data held by the Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics (BITRE) and collaborate with state and territory agencies to collect relevant data to support indicator measurement and evaluation exercises.
Visit the Office of Road Safety website to learn more about the Data Hub.