Measuring non-fatal crash outcomes – Stage 2
The Austroads Safety Task Force is developing an extension of work undertaken in project SS2034. The project, SAG6132 ‘A national approach to measuring non-fatal crash outcomes – stage 2’ seeks to implement a data-linking method to improve measurement of non-fatal hospitalised road injuries in Australia. Learn more about measuring non-fatal crash outcomes – stage 2.
National Prediction Model
The Austroads Road Safety Task Force is developing a national prediction model. The first stage of this project will provide an estimate of the baseline trauma trends, both fatalities and serious injuries, over an agreed time period (likely to be either five or ten years) for consideration in planning for the next national road safety strategy.
If feasible, the second stage of modelling will provide estimates of the types of countermeasures and the scale of implementation of these countermeasures for consideration as part of the next national road safety strategy. Learn more about the national prediction model.
Motorcycle rider perceptive countermeasures
Austroads is conducting a pilot of innovative treatments with the aim of reducing number of motorcycle casualties on high risk sections of road through mountainous terrain. Learn more about the project Motorcycle rider perceptive countermeasures.
Australian Road Assessment Program (AusRAP)
This Austroads program uses two complementary methods to assess the safety of roads: risk mapping and star ratings. Learn more about AusRAP