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Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron has asked WA school leavers to plan ahead, as thousands of students start to make their way around the state for end of school celebrations.
Australians are uniting to support the World Day of Remembrance for victims of road trauma, which will be commemorated globally on Sunday the 19th of November.
The State Government is taking immediate action to save lives and reduce road trauma on Indian Ocean Drive, by reducing the speed limit to 100kmh.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed the introduction of new regulations for the minimum distance a driver must give when passing a cyclist.
The State Government has launched a new motorcycle safety campaign that highlights the potentially fatal consequences of riders pushing the limits on the road.
The 2017 Australasian Road Safety Conference has been told road safety leaders must act now to implement the actions necessary for a paradigm shift to a Safe System to achieve a sustainable saving in ...
The State Government welcomes more than 600 delegates to Perth for the 2017 Australasian Road Safety Conference, the largest road safety conference in the southern hemisphere.
The State Government has urged the public to contribute to the road safety audit currently being undertaken on Indian Ocean Drive.
Drivers have been warned that double demerit points will be enforced on WA roads across the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
Western Australian drivers in the market for a second-hand vehicle, now have access the latest tool for choosing the safest used car for their family.
The Forrest Highway Average Speed Safety Camera Zone will be switched on tomorrow, with infringements issued to drivers exceeding the speed limit.
Amendments to the Road Traffic Code 2000 will give WA Police the power to issue higher infringements to drivers caught travelling at excessive speeds on WA roads from tomorrow.
The State Government’s commitment to saving lives on WA roads will be reinforced when infringements are issued to speeding drivers within the Forrest Highway Average Speed Safety Camera Zone from next...
The State Government continues to work with the community to save lives on WA roads by reducing road trauma associated with speed.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed the addition of Western Australia’s sixth Industry Road Safety Alliance to tackle road trauma in the Kimberley region.
The Road Safety Commission is committed to improving the safety of those who are vulnerable on WA roads, through the education of all road users.
The Road Safety Commission has urged WA road users to stay alert and be extra vigilant in the wake of five road fatalities in WA since Friday.
As part of the State Government’s Machinery of Government reform, commencing from 1 July 2017, the functions of the Road Safety Commission will be undertaken as a separate portfolio within WA Police.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has called on the Australian caravan industry to move quickly on manufacturing safety standards, following a recent fatal crash on Indian Ocean Drive.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has urged drivers to remain focused on the road as West Australians make their way around the state during the WA Day long weekend.
The Road Safety Commission has urged West Australian drivers to be extra vigilant on the roads today, as Fatality Free Friday aims for zero deaths on Australian roads for one day.
The Road Safety Commission has encouraged Indigenous communities around the State to adopt a ‘safe system’ approach to enhance the road safety of community members.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has joined more than one hundred fellow motorcycle riders on a regional ride to wrap up National Road Safety Week events in Perth.
Road safety groups across the Bunbury area are joining forces in a bid to stop the carnage on our roads.
A Road Safety Forum in Perth has heard that a holistic approach was needed for safer roads and improved driver behaviour, with the onus on telecommunications companies to help prevent driver distracti...
A harsh reminder of the dangers of distracted driving will be on display around Perth during National Road Safety Week, May 8-14 2017.
Day two of National Road Safety Week was marked by a public Town Hall meeting in the centre of Perth, which was broadcast live by Talkback radio station, 6PR.
National Road Safety Week has been launched in Perth with a private memorial ceremony and the lighting of the iconic tree at the Old Mill, near the Narrows Bridge.
Western Australia is set to glow yellow, as the Road Safety Commission shines a light on road safety for Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week 8 – 14 May.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has welcomed positive signs from early testing results within the Forrest Highway average speed safety camera zone.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has welcomed the deployment of two new safety cameras in Perth and regional WA in a bid to reduce road trauma on our roads.
The Road Safety Commission is reminding drivers to heed 40km/h zones as children begin heading back to school next week.
On the eve of Motorcycle Safety Week, Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has emphasised the importance of personal protection for motorbike riders.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has urged WA drivers to focus on the human impact of road crashes, rather than statistics, this Easter.
The Road Safety Commission and Road Safety Western Force have banded together in a bid to #ForceOutFatigue on Western Australian roads this Easter.
A Blessing of the Roads ceremony in Wanneroo has been a timely reminder of the dangers on Western Australian roads, particularly during the Easter holiday period.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed a new road safety initiative in the state’s Midwest, designed to encourage drivers and cyclists to safely share the roads.
Road Safety Minister Michelle Roberts and Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia have attended a unique Blessing of the Roads event in the lead up to Easter 2017.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has congratulated three West Australian road safety initiatives on being recognised at the Australian Road Safety Awards in Melbourne this week.
About 60 players and staff from the Road Safety Western Force received a strong message about road safety when former athlete, Danny Harrison, spoke to the club about the car crash which destroyed his...
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has welcomed changes to Western Australian law that will increase the power of WA Police at the scene of fatal and serious crashes.
Double demerit points will be in effect this Labour Day long weekend, with Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia urging drivers to ensure history does not repeat the tragedy of 2016.
The Road Safety Commission and WA Road Transport Association have worked together in a bid to prevent a repeat of the tragic 2016 Labour Day long weekend on WA roads.
The Road Safety Commission is reaching out to people living and working in regional Western Australia who are impacted by road trauma.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has been given a ‘truckie’s eye view’ of the daily life of road train drivers in the North West of WA.
The new $1.5 million partnership between RSC and Western Force has been negotiated over seven months and its key aim is to reduce the road toll in WA using targeted community engagement.
RSC and RugbyWA have teamed up for a 12 month - $1.5 million partnership that will ultimately save lives on West Australian roads.
RSC will consult with the newly formed Panel of Experts to shape and develop the delivery of Towards Zero 2008-2020.
The Road Safety Commission is committed to a worldwide search for innovative technology to tackle WA’s deadly addiction to mobile phone use by drivers.
The State Government’s $2.6 million summer road safety campaign is targeting those offences known to contribute to a high number of fatal and serious injury crashes in WA.
RSC has joined forces with the owner of Boral/Midland Brick land on Toodyay Road & the EMRC in a bid to stop risky road safety issue.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia said while 2016 proved to be a tragic year on WA roads, everyone can work together to save lives in 2017.
Commissioner Kim Papalia has urged WA drivers to be safe as they make their way to Christmas and New Year celebrations over the next week.
Fewer West Australian drivers are losing control and running off regional roads due to road safety treatments such as shoulder widening and audible edge lines.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has welcomed the passing of amendments to the Road Traffic Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 2015.