Welcome to the Towards Zero resource hub.
This hub is a collection of information designed to help educate the community about the Victorian Government’s road safety strategy ‘Towards Zero’. The hub contains a range of engagement and communication tools and materials to support organisations, community groups and individuals to be leaders in road safety.
These resources have been organised into particular categories to support your road safety activity. You’ll find useful information such as factsheets, statistics and other Towards Zero specific resources. We have also included useful materials from other states and organisations.
Towards Zero key message guide
The Towards Zero key message guide provides clear and consistent key messages about the Towards Zero objectives, priority issues, program descriptions and partners. The key message guide is a resource to assist preparation of marketing collateral, corporate publications, web content, media statements, interview points and more.
Download the Towards Zero key message guide.
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) have a range of fact sheets, infographics and resources relating to road safety.
Local Government - Safety Management Guidance
AustRoads Local Government Safety Management Guidelines. To access these guidelines visit the AustRoads website and create an account.
Towards Zero Resources
Videos and Images
More videos and animations can be found and viewed on the TAC YouTube channel.
Statistics and Research
More road safety statistics including annual and year to date lives lost data can be found on the TAC website.
Programs and Training
DriveSmart is an interactive program that helps to improve hazard perception for learner drivers. Find out more on the DriveSmart website.
RoadSmart is a free education program that helps prepare beginner drivers for a lifetime of safe driving. Find out more on the VicRoads website.
The Road to Zero education complex is a world leading road safety experience at Melbourne Museum. Learn more on the Road to Zero website.
The TAC L2P Program pairs mentor drivers with learners between 16 and 21 years of age, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence. Find out more on the VicRoads website.
Effective driver training programs are essential for safe and healthy transport operations. Watch the webinar to find out more.
Safety and Road Rules
The links below will provide you with information on road rules for all road users.
Road Rules and Updates