The opening of an international racetrack in Cromwell has helped resurrect a driving competition that was last run in the '70s.
Today marks the last day of Global Road Safety Week, where communities have been urging drivers to slow down and be more aware of pedestrians.
Streets around Auckland's lowest socioeconomic schools have less traffic safety measures than their higher decile counterparts.
Drivers are being reminded to slow down around schools as part of Road Safety Week.
NZers are being called on to focus on reducing our child fatality rate, as part of the UN's Global Road Safety Week.
Indian officials are using The Beatles' iconic Abbey Road album cover in a campaign to encourage road safety.
Scientists are developing a car that remembers your regular routes, so that it can drive itself.
A coroner's recommendation that cyclists should be forced to wear high-visibility clothing has been met with widespread cynicism.
Coroner Ian Smith says it should be compulsory for cyclists to wear high-vis clothing when using public roads.
Witnesses say the Taranaki truck driver deliberately veered towards cyclists.
How often are cyclists knocked off their bikes and injured by a driver opening a car door?
An intoxicated Australian man with a breath-alcohol level triple the limit has careered through the front of three shops in Melbourne.
Statistics show Maori drivers are twice as likely to cause road accidents as any other ethnic group.
The length of New Zealand highway deemed most dangerous has more than halved over a decade.
Research shows the road toll could increase by more than 100 over 10 years if changes to the Warrant of Fitness regime are adopted.
Tests on drivers who caused crashes reveal more than half had drugs in their system and more than a quarter had taken drugs not prescribed by their doctor.
If you're heading out of Nelson, pay particular attention - some of the roads around the Tasman District have changed.
Wellington City Council is making more changes to improve pedestrian safety in the inner city.
Brent and Christine Laurenson know what they are doing is probably not good for them - certainly when it comes to their emotional wellbeing.
Recommendations by coroners on road safety improvements following fatal crashes are being lost, ignored or put off by roading authorities.
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