Speed Limits Review

Pedestrians struck at 40 km/h are 75 per cent less likely to die than those hit at 50 km/h according to the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) RSAGIM supports lowered speeds in Melbourne, Port Phillip, Stonnington and Yarra where … [Read more...]

Car and Tram Collisions

The Age recently reported that collisions between cars and trams continue to be a major problem in Inner Melbourne. 30% of collisions occur in the city centre, and all the sites of major collisions are in the City - including the worst site at … [Read more...]

Princes Bridge

Princes Bridge will become safer for all road users following VicRoads approval for the conversion of one vehicle traffic lane in each direction to cycling - an action listed in the City of Melbourne Bicycle Plan Final, formal Council approval is … [Read more...]

Local government roles

RSAGIM highlighted road safety policies, programs and projects of its four member local governments, Melbourne, Port Phillip, Stonnington and Yarra, and the role local governments play in road user safety. For example: The City of Melbourne's … [Read more...]

RSAGIM presents to Parliamentary Inquiry

On 22 July, 2013, Road Safety Action Group Inner Melbourne (RSAGIM) presented to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Serious Injury. The presentation focused on the burden of serious injury to vulnerable road users in Inner Melbourne between 2008 and … [Read more...]