Australia has seen a substantial and sustained reduction in road crash fatality rates between 1970 and 1990. This report describes and analyses the changes in road fatality rates in Australia. Annual time trends are examined by road user type (all fatalities, drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motor cyclists and bicyclists), gender, age and time of week. The trends for each road user type are compared with those in other countries. This report summarises the results of two more detailed reports, CR 113 and CR 114.
Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): Dr P.R Anderson, Dr M.A. Adena, Ms H.J. Montesin
Topics: Fatality, Statistics
Publication Date: 01/04/93