The Victorian Government has unveiled a world-first study into the causes of serious injury transport accidents that will cement the state&'s status as a global leader in road trauma prevention.

Over the next three years, the Government will spend $8 million on the Enhanced Crash Investigation Study (ECIS) as part of its strategy to reduce road trauma by 30 per cent by 2022.

The cutting-edge study will examine more than 400 serious injury crashes in microscopic detail to give researchers an unprecedented understanding of the contributing factors.


is video explains what the ECIS is and how it will help reduce road trauma. Transport Accident Commission Victoria.

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