Zero toll can be a ‘reality’

Updated January 31 2017 - 3:58pm, first published 2:46pm
MUCH MORE THAN JUST NUMBERS: A graph of how Victorian and Danish road tolls compare. There were 21 deaths on North East roads in 2016, and five in Southern NSW. Source: TAC, Danish Road Safety Council
MUCH MORE THAN JUST NUMBERS: A graph of how Victorian and Danish road tolls compare. There were 21 deaths on North East roads in 2016, and five in Southern NSW. Source: TAC, Danish Road Safety Council

INTERNATIONAL road experts from countries with some of the most advanced road trauma plans say a zero road toll is achievable if we focus on the key factors that are driving our fatalities.

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