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Graduated Licensing Schemes

09 July 2024 Webinar

Project EDWARD will be hosting a 60-minute webinar devoted to Graduated Licensing Schemes (GLS) on Tuesday 9 July at 0800. During the webinar, Bernard Carlon, executive director of the New South Wales Centre for Road Safety, will show how the introduction of GLS in New South Wales has been instrumental in reducing young driver fatalities in the state by 57 per cent since its inception.

Also contributing to the webinar will be Dr Shaun Helman, chief scientist behavioural science at TRL and Dr Sarah Jones from Public Health Wales.

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