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Road Safety: The Experience of the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia

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  • Samantha Cockfield

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The Transport Accident Commission of Victoria (TAC) was established, and is governed by, the Transport Accident Act 1986. The TAC administers a comprehensive no-fault compensation scheme for Victorians who are injured or die as a result of a transport accident. The Act also provides the TAC with a role in accident prevention and reducing the cost of transport accidents to the Victorian Community...

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  • Samantha Cockfield, 2011. "Road Safety: The Experience of the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia," International Transport Forum Discussion Papers 2011/24, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:itfaab:2011/24-en
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