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Ffm3 program review

  1. 1. Fact Finding Mission 3Review and DiscussionsMelbourne, Australia - June 2012 Atsany Buonowikarto
  2. 2. It has been a VERY busy week…
  3. 3. We learned a few things from variouspresenters and visits…
  4. 4. Even had a bit of fun along the way..
  5. 5. But before you go back, let’s getserious…
  6. 6. Knowledge is not power, that’s only half true.It is the sharing and application of thatknowledge that gives you real power..
  7. 7. What did we go through? The road safety model and application in Victoria The importance of Partnership and Coordination Road safety awareness and human behavior Road safety programs in the regions Police enforcement strategies and programs The critical role of crash data to develop policies and programs Infrastructure programs and road safety engineering Road safety audits and Blackspots The significance of community engagement
  8. 8. The Safe System
  9. 9. The Safe System Approach The modern approach to improving road safety recognises that road users will make mistakes and crashes will occur Roads / roadsides and vehicles should be designed so that there is a low probability of death or serious injury if a road user makes a mistake Drivers have an obligation to drive responsibly and obey the road rules – particularly speed limits This is the basis of the Safe System approach to road safety
  10. 10. Agency roles & responsibilities VicRoads – Infrastructure, Network operation & speed limits – Registration & Licensing – Road Safety Act & Regulations (advice to Minister for Roads) – Vehicle standards – Behavioural & Educational program development TAC – Marketing and promotion, new technologies, enforcement support, infrastructure support Victoria Police – Enforcement & public education Department of Justice – Management of enforcement technology – Justice policy
  11. 11. Community Partners Develop a Commercial sound Industry communication Schools Public Attitude education and Surveys Driving Schools awareness strategy Strong Legislation Change Driving Quality Effective laws Research Strong Judicial System Culture Registration • Reduced Government Licensing crashes • Road Safety Stringent re-licensing • Reduced Council, injuries • Police, provisions • Reduced • Roads deaths Authority • Health• Infrastructure • Information 11
  12. 12. Managing road safety in Victoria Transport Cabinet Committee Minister for Roads ENSURES THE ACHIEVEMENT OF A CO-ORDINATED Minister for Police & Emergency APPROACH TO ROAD Services SAFETY IN VICTORIA Minister Responsible for TAC Parliamentary Road Safety REPORTING DIRECTION / ENDORESEMENT Committee Road Safety Executive Group Road Safety Management Group CO-ORDINATION BY VICROADSExternal Stakeholder Victorian Community Road Local Government Consultation Safety Alliance National Issues Traffic Safety Education Reference Group
  13. 13. Co-ordinated Campaigns
  14. 14. Crash data sources VICROADS CODERS: • Determine if crash meets ATSB definition of reportable crash •Spatially locate crash PRIMARY DATA SOURCE •Check for errors and completeness •Add additional data items All approved RCIS Victoria All incidents RCISTIS incidents (casualty) Coder Police database System TIS 118 pages of business rules to translate TIS data into existing RCIS structure Incidents Finished Incidents requiring correction or further clarification IncludingCurrent Status: corrections and additional data•All of the approved TIS data is itemscoded on a daily basis (with theexception of the data returned Usersto Police for amendment)• Data available RCIS QUERY Applications (eg System Immediate availability through RCIS; Crashstats) Other applications updated at specified frequencies (eg six- monthly)
  15. 15. Victorian Community Road Safety Partnership Model Victorian Community Local & Statewide Road Safety Alliance Community Road Safety Groups• Seven regional community members• Department of Justice Local & statewide community• Department of Transport road safety groups:• Department of Human Services • regional, municipality or municipal cluster - designed as• Department of Health best fit at community level• Department of Planning and •Other community organisations Community Development with an interest in road safety• Department of Education and Early Childhood Development• MAV • VicRoads• LGPro • TAC Working Groups • RACV as required • Vic Police Co-ordination by VicRoads
  16. 16. Road Safety Engineering Challenges inIndonesia There is a reliance on international consultants because of lack of knowledgeable and experienced local road safety engineers – Risk that local factors that affect road safety will be not understood and / or overlooked – Need to work side by side with local engineers to ensure that knowledge transfer is achieved “SUSTAINABLE CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT” Design standards and guidelines are poorly documented, are not comprehensive and lack detail – Road safety engineers in Indonesia need better standards and guidelines to put theory into practice – International standards are not always suitable for local conditions
  17. 17. Road Safety Engineering Challenges inIndonesia Road user behaviour is poor – for example, at intersections priority is often ignored and / or not understood – Good design may therefore fail to deliver the best safety outcomes Speed limits are poorly defined, not well understood and not effectively enforced – Speed management is a key element of an effective road safety strategy – Guidelines relating to speed limits and the use of speed limit signs are required – Speeding will become a greater problem as roads are improved
  18. 18. Road Safety Engineering Challenges inIndonesia Lack of pedestrian facilities – footpaths and safe road crossings (approx. 25% of road deaths are pedestrians) – Pedestrian deaths are probably under reported – Where pedestrian crossings exist, they are generally ignored by drivers and riders
  19. 19. So What?
  20. 20. Dari sini .. Mau Apa ?
  21. 21. Communicate Evidence-basedSpread the Message of Road Safety Enforce Innovate Learn ImplementGrow Collaborate ChangeAdapt Take responsibility Assist Review Critical ThinkingFoster Partnerships Just the beginning..
  22. 22. Terima Kasih..Remember, VicRoads is here for the longterm to assist you.atsany.buonowikarto@roads.vic.gov.au+61 428 967 414

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