Road Safety Statistics
National statistics on fatal road crashes are updated each month in the online Australian Road Deaths Database, and in the Road Deaths Australia monthly bulletins. Annual publications include the Road Trauma Australia statistical summaries, the Heavy Vehicle statistical summaries and an International Comparisons report. A quarterly publication updates statistics on heavy vehicle crashes.
BITRE also publishes occasional reports and information sheets on various road safety topics.
This bulletin contains monthly summaries and current counts of Australian fatal road crashes.
This bulletin contains annual summaries and current counts of Australian fatal road crashes.
Quarterly statistical summaries of fatal heavy vehicle crashes
This bulletin contains annual summaries and current counts of Australian fatal road crashes involving heavy vehicles.
This report presents summaries of fatalities and fatality rates for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) nations and Australian states and territories. The latest year for the country comparisons is 2012.
The AIHW publish information on hospitalised injury (injury resulting in hospitalisation but not in-hospital death) due to land transport accidents. The focus is on road vehicle traffic crashes which account for nearly two-thirds of all hospitalised injury.
Occasional reports and information sheets
- Australian cycling safety,
- Pedestrians and road safety,
- The impact of airbags and electronic stability control on Australian light vehicle fatalities,
- Impact of road trauma and measures to improve outcomes,
- Road safety of older Australians,
- Young adult road safety,
- Child pedestrian safety.
Statistical alerts for recent OECD road safety reports are available here.
External links to OECD and Australian state and territory road safety data are available here.