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Drug driving in Queensland.
20040486 ST [electronic version only]
Legislative Assembly of Queensland, Parliamentary Travelsafe Committee; Cunningham, N. (chair)
Brisbane, QLD, Queensland Parliament, Legislative Assembly, Travelsafe Committee, 1999, VI + 80 p., 100 ref.; Report ; No. 29

Samenvatting The Travelsafe Committee of the 49th Parliament was appointed by a resolution of the Legislative Assembly on 30 July 1998 to inquire into and report on all aspects of road safety and public transport in Queensland. 2. In particular the committee monitors, investigates and reports on: (a) issues affecting road safety including the causes of road crashes and measures aimed at reducing deaths, injuries and economic costs to the community; (b) the safety of passenger transport services, and measures aimed at reducing the incidence of related deaths and injuries; and (c) measures for the enhancement of public transport in Queensland and reducing dependence on private motor vehicles as the predominant mode of transport. The terms of reference for the inquiry were to examine: · the nature and extent of the road safety problem caused by drug driving in Queensland; · the adequacy of existing measures in Queensland to deal with drug driving; and · what, if any, additional measures should be taken in Queensland to combat drug driving. (Author/publisher)
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