Rural road safety targets lacking, $104m underspent

By Stephanie Gardiner
Updated November 30 2023 - 5:45pm, first published 5:41pm
Drivers made up the majority of fatalities in road crashes in regional areas, a report found. (Jane Dempster/AAP PHOTOS)
Drivers made up the majority of fatalities in road crashes in regional areas, a report found. (Jane Dempster/AAP PHOTOS)

Car crashes killed or seriously injured 9776 people in regional NSW over four years, but the state government has no specific plan to improve safety on country roads, a report has found.

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