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Monograph 16—Deaths and serious injuries among female motorcyclists

Motorcyclists are a relatively vulnerable road user group. They have less protection and a higher risk of serious injury in the event of a crash than vehicle occupants. ATSB discussions with motorcycle organisations suggested that the number of

Release date: 2014-10-14

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 28: Australia's International Road Safety Performance 1996

This monograph compares Australia’s road safety performance to its OECD |This monograph compares Australia’s road safety performance to its OECD

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 30: International tourists and road risk

An overview of international tourist involvement in fatal crashes in Australia.|An overview of international tourist involvement in fatal crashes in Australia.

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 16: Australia's International Road Safety Performance

This monograph compares Australia's road safety performance to its OECD counterparts. |This monograph compares Australia's road safety performance to its OECD counterparts.

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 9: Australia's Rural Road Safety Action Plan

Rural road safety is a major issue in Australia. In recent years, gains in |Rural road safety is a major issue in Australia. In recent years, gains in

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 29: Alcohol and road fatalities in Australia 1997

Provides information on the incidence of alcohol intoxication amongst drivers, motorcycle riders and pedestrians involved in fatal crashes during 1997.|Provides information on the incidence of alcohol intoxication amongst drivers, motorcycle riders

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Pre-ATSB (FORS) Monograph 27: Road risk for sober, licensed motorcyclists

Analyses the risk of death of sober, licensed riders involved in fatal road crashes and describes the circumstances of crashes involving these riders. The analysis is based upon the FORS Fatality File for 1988, 1990, 1992 and 1994, and the

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Monograph 13 – Road fatalities among older pedestrians

Road fatalities among older pedestrians Pedestrians represent a significant component of Australias total road deaths. Of 1,737 deaths throughout Australia in 2001, about one-in-six (290) were pedestrians. This monograph provides a statistical

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Monograph 1 – Fatal crash involvement of never-licensed motorists.

Unlicensed motorists feature prominently in Australias road crash statistics. Their crashes contribute about one in every twelve road fatalities. This monograph describes the Australian fatal crash involvement of those unlicensed motorists who drive

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

Monograph 21: Road behaviour of unlicensed motorists involved in fatal crashes

Australian roads feature a disturbingly high incidence of unlicensed driving, |Australian roads feature a disturbingly high incidence of unlicensed driving,

Release date: 2008-04-17|2013-05-6

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