- Road Toll - Year to Date
- Road Toll - Rolling 12 Month
- Road Toll - Annual
- Road Safety Statistical Summary
- Road Safety and Marketing Surveys
- TAC hospitalisation reports
- Online Crash Database
- Drink driving statistics
- Speed statistics
- Fatigue statistics
- Seatbelt statistics
- Young driver statistics
- Older driver statistics
- Motorcycle Crash Data
- Pedestrian statistics
- Road User Statistics
- Gender statistics
- Age group statistics
- Local Government Area Statistics
- Crash location data
- Safer Roads
Motorcycle Crash Data
On these pages, you'll find statistics for motorcyclist deaths in 2011 and claims involving hospital admissions for the year 2010/2011.
Of the 287 people killed on Victoria's roads in 2011, 49 were riders of motorcycles, representing 17% of the road toll.
Motorcycles represent less than 4% of the number of registered vehicles in Victoria, and account for around 1% of vehicle kilometres travelled. Around 8% of Victorian licence holders hold a motorcycle licence
In 2010/2011 there were 948 claims for motorcyclists involving hospital admissions.
Of the 49 motorcyclists killed in 2011:
- 94% were male,
- 57% occurred in rural Victoria,
- 47% were involved in crashes between the hours of 10am and 6pm, and
- 39% of deaths occurred on roads sign posted at 100km/h or more.
- 53% were involved in single vehicle crashes, 20% were invlolved in head on or overtaking crashes and 14% were involved in crashes with another vehicle at an intersection