The effectiveness of alcohol interlocks in reducing repeat drink driving and improving road safety
This study evaluated the impact of the first phase of the Mandatory Alcohol Interlock Program (MAIP), introduced in NSW in February 2015, on repeat drink-driving, driving while disqualified, traffic infringements and crash outcomes.
What is known about distracted driving?
The Australian Automobile Association commissioned the Griffith Criminology Institute to undertake a review of the distracted driving literature and a related policy scan. This report outlines the findings from the research.
Improving road safety in Australia
This inquiry was established to inquire into and report on the steps that can be taken to reduce Australia's road accident rates, and investigate the impact of trauma and death on our roads.
Developing technology-neutral road rules for driver distraction: issues paper
The National Transport Commission (NTC) is examining the effectiveness of the Australian road rules relating to driver distraction. This issues paper explores the questions around responsibility for driver distractions, technologies that can assist and distract from the driving task, and prescriptive versus performance-based approaches.
Road Traffic Injuries in the Pacific: The epidemiology of road traffic injuries in Fiji and the role of driver sleepiness
Background There are major gaps in contemporary knowledge regarding the burden and risk factors for road traffic injuries (RTI) in Pacific Island countries. Aim To investigate the epidemiology of RTI and the contribution of driver sleepiness to fourwheel motor vehicle crash injuries in Viti Levu...