In the past 10 years, speed was a factor in 870 casualty crashes in school zones. This resulted in 33 deaths and 377 people seriously injured. Three children aged 5-16 years were killed and 19 seriously injured.
Transport for NSW deputy secretary for safety, environment and regulation Sally Webb said school zones are one of the safest locations for pedestrians on the state’s roads.
Webb said speeding accounted for 40 per cent of the deaths on NSW roads last year.
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