VicRoads's Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact

  • Antonietta CavalloExecutive Director Strategy and Planning & Road Safety Coordinator

    Together with the community, VicRoads plays a key role in the delivery of a road system that supports the liveability and safe movement of the community and goods on our roads.

    The level of safety currently experienced during travel on Victorian roads is influenced by how we design and manage the road network, and how we manage and support its safe use. How our staff think, behave and deliver services to the community impacts the safety, health and liveability of every Victorian, everyday.

    In February 2015 VicRoads  launched its internal organisational change strategy to ‘step up’ our road safety efforts and drive reduced road trauma outcomes on Victorian roads. The strategy will encourage all staff to better understand how they can influence road safety outcomes and deliver safer travel for everyone in Victoria, everyday.

    We will be using the safe system approach to achieve this. This involves placing people at the centre of safer system, and focusing on strengthening all parts of the system through safer people, safer vehicles, safer roads and safer speeds.

    The strategy will encourage staff to think about what they can do to improve their own personal safety when travelling to and from work and during work trips, as well as how they can improve the safety of the community through their day-to-day work.

    The launch of the strategy will mark an exciting step on our journey towards an ultimate vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on Victorian roads.

  • Antonietta CavalloDirector - Road Safety Strategy

    Together with the community, VicRoads plays a key role in the delivery of a road system that supports the liveability and safe movement of the community and goods on our roads.

    The level of safety currently experienced during travel on Victorian roads is influenced by how we design and manage the road network, and how we manage and support its safe use. How our staff think, behave and deliver services to the community impacts the safety, health and liveability of every Victorian, everyday.

    In February 2015 VicRoads  launched its internal organisational change strategy to ‘step up’ our road safety efforts and drive reduced road trauma outcomes on Victorian roads. The strategy will encourage all staff to better understand how they can influence road safety outcomes and deliver safer travel for everyone in Victoria, everyday.

    We will be using the safe system approach to achieve this. This involves placing people at the centre of safer system, and focusing on strengthening all parts of the system through safer people, safer vehicles, safer roads and safer speeds.

    The strategy will encourage staff to think about what they can do to improve their own personal safety when travelling to and from work and during work trips, as well as how they can improve the safety of the community through their day-to-day work.

    The launch of the strategy will mark an exciting step on our journey towards an ultimate vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on Victorian roads.

  • Antonietta CavalloExecutive Director - Strategy and Planning

    Together with the community, VicRoads plays a key role in the delivery of a road system that supports the liveability and safe movement of the community and goods on our roads.

    The level of safety currently experienced during travel on Victorian roads is influenced by how we design and manage the road network, and how we manage and support its safe use. How our staff think, behave and deliver services to the community impacts the safety, health and liveability of every Victorian, everyday.

    In February 2015 VicRoads  launched its internal organisational change strategy to ‘step up’ our road safety efforts and drive reduced road trauma outcomes on Victorian roads. The strategy will encourage all staff to better understand how they can influence road safety outcomes and deliver safer travel for everyone in Victoria, everyday.

    We will be using the safe system approach to achieve this. This involves placing people at the centre of safer system, and focusing on strengthening all parts of the system through safer people, safer vehicles, safer roads and safer speeds.

    The strategy will encourage staff to think about what they can do to improve their own personal safety when travelling to and from work and during work trips, as well as how they can improve the safety of the community through their day-to-day work.

    The launch of the strategy will mark an exciting step on our journey towards an ultimate vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on Victorian roads.

  • Don LeoneManager, Vehicle and Motorcycle Policy