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As Western Australia prepares to celebrate WA Day, drivers are advised that double demerit points will apply this long weekend.
National Road Safety Week 2018, April 30 – May 6, has been officially launched in Perth’s Yagan Square.
Nine lives have been lost in motorcycle crashes on WA roads so far in 2018, prompting Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron to call on all road users to be aware of the risks riders face.
The 2017 Preliminary summary of fatalities on Western Australian roads has revealed an increase in the number of people killed in inattention related crashes.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron has urged WA drivers to be aware of the silent killer on our roads: fatigue.
The State Government's Australia Day drink driving community education campaign uses two Aussie favourites to bring home the drink driving message to West Australian drivers.
The State Government has announced that SLOMO laws will be introduced in the new year, with the aim of providing a safe working environment for roadside emergency responders.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed targeted drink and drug driving enforcement by WA Police Force this Christmas and New Year period.
National Road Safety Week 2018 provided an opportunity for all Western Australian drivers to rethink what is happening on our roads and have the conversation about the only acceptable number of deaths on our roads being zero.
In the lead up to Easter, the Road Safety Commission will focus its community education on fatigue.
An overwhelming response to the multilingual road safety booklets has resulted in the addition of two new languages.
The new SLOMO law will commence in March, with the aim of providing a safe working environment for roadside emergency responders.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed targeted drink and drug driving enforcement by WA Police Force this Christmas-New Year period.
The Indian Ocean Drive Safety Review Group included experts from the Road Safety Commission, WA Police Force and Main Roads WA, who met regularly to employ a Safe System approach on road safety solutions.
The State Government has used that data, along with feedback from focus groups involving motorcyclists, to produce a road safety education campaign that engages with male motorcyclists who take risks on the road.
The State Government has allocated $17.2 million from the Road Trauma Trust Account to continue road safety improvements on Toodyay Road.