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What you want to know is this: traffic crashes in Australia are on the rise.
In 2016, there were 2,764 traffic collisions involving people aged 16 and over.
The next highest figure was 2,838 traffic collisions in 2015.
In contrast, in 2016, traffic accidents involving young people aged 10 to 14 accounted for just 1.7 per cent of all traffic fatalities.
The top five traffic accidents involved young people, with Sydney and Melbourne leading the way with 656 and 612 traffic accidents respectively.
In the lead up to this year’s Commonwealth Games, the Government commissioned a review of traffic safety measures.
The review was carried out by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau and delivered its findings in February 2018.
The report recommended that: A ban on driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs should be introduced for road users in NSW and Victoria; New South Wales should also ban the use of handheld video cameras and cell phones while driving; and Victoria should require motorists to wear helmets.
While some road safety measures have been put into place, it’s not clear how widespread the ban is.
Driving while impaired in Australia Source: Bureau of Statistics, NSW, WA, NT, TAS and ACT, National Transport Safety Board, Australian Transport and Main Roads website The NSW Department of Transport has been conducting road safety surveys since the beginning of the year.
The survey was conducted in July 2017 and was completed by 2,076 motorists.
This means the NSW Department has had enough time to conduct the survey before the Commonwealth Games.
According to a Department of Health statement, the NSW government has been working closely with road safety stakeholders since the survey was completed to provide them with information and support.
The Department of Road Safety and Highways said in a statement that it is committed to the continued development of road safety, and that the results of the survey have been shared with road users to help inform road safety policy.
A breakdown of road traffic collisions by age in Australia, 2016 and 2017 The Australian Bureau of Statistic (ABS) publishes statistics about the number of traffic collisions that happen each year.
This can be used to compare trends in the number and types of traffic crashes.
In 2016, a total of 1,097 people were killed in traffic collisions.
This is the highest number of deaths recorded in a single year since the ABS began tracking deaths in 1995.
In 2017, there have been 3,065 people killed in road traffic crashes and a total increase of 1.3 per cent over 2016.
For the first time in three years, people aged 20-24 were involved in at least two road traffic accidents in 2016.
This represents a 10 per cent increase from 2016.
The ABS also reported that there were 632 road traffic deaths last year, the second highest number since the start of the century.
Overall, people are more likely to die in road crashes than in other types of road accidents, but there are many other ways people can be injured in road accidents.
Most people are injured when they hit objects or objects in a moving vehicle.
People are injured in motor vehicle crashes more often when the vehicle is stopped.
People are injured more often in other crashes that involve pedestrians and cyclists.
Motorists can also be injured when a pedestrian is struck from behind, by a car, or when they are hit by a vehicle that is not stopped.
Children and the elderly are more vulnerable to injury from road traffic accident because they are at greater risk of falling off a moving car.
Traffic accident victims who are injured by a pedestrian are more often children, the elderly, and the disabled.
It is also important to note that while the majority of road deaths in Australia happen in urban areas, there are also significant numbers of people dying in rural areas.
Why are road traffic crash deaths on the increase?
Road traffic accident fatalities are on track to increase significantly in the future, according to the ABS.
On average, there will be 1,058 road traffic fatality collisions every year between now and 2040.
Currently, about 90 per cent are not fatal, while the remaining 10 per.
cent can be fatal.
There are also about 5,000 people killed each year by people in motor vehicles who are involved in a motor vehicle crash.
About 20 per cent more people die from a traffic accident than in any other cause of death, including car crashes, drownings, suicides, and motor vehicle collisions.
What is the government doing about road traffic collision deaths?
The Government has a range of options available to help stop the rising death toll.
At the moment, there is a range in the range of policies the government has in place to reduce the number, types and severity of road casualties.
They include: A national policy that requires road users under 16 to wear a helmet.
This policy will require all road users over the age of 16 to