Concerted and urgent action is required to address the alarming increase in serious injuries and deaths of cyclists over the last nine years. This includes life saving education and enforcement of minimum passing distance laws now in place or pledged in all states and territories across Australia, with the exception of Victoria. The benefits and

Welcome to our Gran Fondo edition of Safe Together In our Spring edition: 2018 Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo – our eighth edition wrap up We partner with Ford for their Driving Skills for Life program Research published: Cycling content in the Australian driver licensing process We pilot our Sharing Roads Safely vulnerable road user awareness training

Today the Amy Gillett Foundation met with with senior representatives of NSW Police and the NSW Centre for Road Safety, together with Bicycle NSW to discuss a range of issues around cycling safety including enforcement and education of a metre matters laws.   Delighted to agree a way forward which includes: NSW Police to collaborate with

The Amy Gillett Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership with Ford Australia for their Driving Skills for Life program. Through the partnership, the Driving Skills for Life program is being enhanced to include specific skills for young drivers that will help them to share the road safely with cyclists. “The research evidence is clear.

This September 15 & 16, Victoria’s Great Ocean Road will again be home to Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo cycling festival. Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo weekend of cycling will host a field of around 4,500 cyclists in the eighth edition of this unique cycling experience, supporting safe cycling and the Amy Gillett Foundation. Cycling on a

The Amy Gillett Foundation is honoured to have been invited by the Deputy Prime Minister, the Honourable Michael McCormack, to attend the release of the Report on the Inquiry into the National Road Strategy 2011 – 2018, at Parliament House Canberra today. We welcome the key findings and twelve recommendations, contained in the report. It’s

SHARING ROADS SAFELY – VULNERABLE ROAD USER AWARENESS TRAINING FOR HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVERS: A NEW BENCHMARK IN ROAD SAFETY TRAINING IN VICTORIA Today, the Amy Gillett Foundation is piloting a new truck driver training program on how to share the roads safely with vulnerable road users, Sharing Roads Safely, for the first time. The training

Cycling is the only mode of transport not showing an improving trend in the number of fatalities and injuries, according to an analysis of statistics from the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE). The analysis of BITRE Australian Road Deaths Annual Summaries undertaken by the Amy Gillett Foundation, Australia’s leading authority on cycling

As a co-contributor to this research, Amy Gillett Foundation is pleased to distribute this paper. Highlights: The amount and focus of cyclist-related advice differed across Australian jurisdictions Drivers and bike riders were more likely to be portrayed positively than cyclists. Negative representations of cyclists may undermine safe driver-cyclist interactions. Cyclist-related driver education should form part

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