Apart from the suffering of victims and their loved ones, the financial cost of road fatalities and injuries is about $1 billion each year for the South Australian community.
These fact sheets are primarily sourced from the departments Road Crash Database, providing an in-depth look at the relevant key issues and statistics of each topic, addressing fatal and serious injury crashes.
|Alcohol and drugs||PDF 56 Kb|
|Cyclists||PDF 56 Kb|
|Heavy vehicle drivers||PDF 99 Kb|
|Males and females||PDF 198 Kb|
|Metropolitan Adelaide||PDF 89 Kb|
|Motorcyclists||PDF 90 Kb|
|Older road users||PDF 155 Kb|
|Pedestrians||PDF 80 Kb|
|Rural road crashes||PDF 1.2 MB|
|Unlicensed drivers||PDF 64 Kb|
|Young people||PDF 298 Kb|
Road Safety Minister Peter Malinauskas has announced that European ECE 22.05 standard helmets are now legal to be worn by motorcyclists in South Australia.
Road Safety Minister Peter Malinauskas has announced that ECE 22.05 standard helmets will soon be able to be worn by motorcyclists in South Australia.
Sections of seven roads in the Riverland, Murray Mallee and Murray Bridge will be resealed improving safety and extending the life of each road.
The second stage of a $9 million upgrade of a major rural road connecting the upper Yorke Peninsula towns of Bute and Kulpara will begin in March.