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CASR analysed 284 South Australian fatal crashes from 2008-2010 looking at the context of alcohol consumption for drink drivers.
The abstract of the study can be found here.
CASR has analysed crashes in Tasmania to provide advice on the next Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy.
The media release can be found here.
The report can be found here.
The Tasmania site is here
CASR publishes a quarterly Newsletter called "At the Scene" that gives updates on the activities of the Centre and highlights some of our staff and research projects.
The current edition introduces a new Director of CASR.
CASR has conducted a study of travel mode choices among young people in Victoria for the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria.
It was found that there is a pattern of changing travel mode choice among young adults characterised by their driving less, not at all or delaying getting a licence.
Automomous Emergency Braking is a new kind of safety technology - one that aims to prevent crashes or reduce
the speed of impact using sensors that allow the vehicle to look ahead.
This new safety technology calls for new ways to assess it.
At CASR that means getting out of the lab and onto the track.
See the video showing what we are doing.
The National Road Safety Partnership Program offers a collaborative network to support Australian businesses in developing a positive road safety culture.
The web site is at www.nrspp.org.au