A national telephone survey of 1,027 persons aged 18 years and over, during 27- 30 August 1987. This report summarises the results of the survey. Issues covered included community attitudes toward current road rules, their perceived role and effect, the level of enforcement, the severity of penalties, factors seen as affecting road safety, and how safety could be improved.
Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): Reark Research Pty Ltd
Topics: Comm attitudes, Enforcement
Publication Date: 01/09/87