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Cutting the road toll

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 7 January, 2013 - 12:46 PM
Lowering the road toll

The State Government lacks the political courage to bring in measures that could cut WA's road toll, according to researchers at Monash University. Max Cameron from Monash's Accident Research Centre told Harvey Deegan that not enough is being done to lower the state's crash-related deaths.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Please please please please do not let this happen. How about we actually focus on driver education and training? Instead of BLATANT revenue raising? If you want to reduce death on the roads actually teach people how to drive and fix the bloody roads themselves.

    P.willis Monday 7 January, 2013 - 6:36 PM
  • Why is it that all "Professionals", especially those in Health and Medicine, pontificate to the point where they're nothing but urine and wind? Because, in the end, you're rich, we're poor and honestly, listening to this preciousness is becoming somewhat pointless.
    When did "caring" become a statistical, measured thing to ensure someone's political voice in the workplace?
    We don't need "professionals" who, God knows, are contracted at huge amounts of dollars by various State and Federal Governments to meet certain targets and agendas.

    Dellas Monday 7 January, 2013 - 4:37 PM

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