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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.
Commissioner Kim Papalia has welcomed the launch of the Great Eastern Highway Road Safety Alliance in Northam.
The State Government will tackle three of the biggest killers on regional roads with a new road safety campaign aimed at WA drivers who often push the limits of safety and the law.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed the release of a safe driving guide for tourists and backpackers in the southern forests region of WA.
RSC has urged young drivers to take responsibility for themselves, their mates and the public, as thousands drive to Leavers 2016 celebrations.
The Road Safety Commission is dedicated to the community engagement process.
A six month test period for Western Australia’s first average speed safety camera zone has commenced in the state’s South West.
The State Government’s promise to get tough with drink drivers starts on Monday October 24th, when new alcohol interlock laws come into force.
The vulnerability of motorcyclists has been highlighted by the deaths of three more riders since Sunday, including two in just 10 hours yesterday.
Western Australia’s Zero Heroes continue to be rewarded for their safe driving behaviour.
WA car owners are advised of a recent recall of Takata front passenger and driver airbags affecting numerous vehicles within Australia.
In the wake of a horrific weekend for vehicle crashes, the Road Safety Commission has outlined a major program of works which is underway to improve road safety on regional roads.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia said an extensive program of works will use every dollar in the Road Trauma Trust Account to combat road trauma and promote road safety in WA.
The September long weekend heralds an extremely busy time on WA’s roads, with the arrival of spring, the WAFL Grand Final, the Perth Royal Show, and the start of the school holidays.
The State Government will take a tough stance on high end and repeat drink drivers, with the introduction of alcohol interlocks next month.
Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has urged motorcyclists to start a conversation about the possible solutions for the growing number of motorcycle fatalities on WA roads.
Two West Australian drivers have been rewarded for their safe driving behaviour, as part of the Road Safety Commission of WA’s Zero Heroes campaign.
The Road Safety Commissioner for Western Australia, Kim Papalia, has urged visitors to this week’s Dowerin Field Days to jump aboard the Australian Trucking Association’s Safety Truck.
The Commissioner of Road Safety, Kim Papalia congratulated the Beverley community on its safe driving as he officially opened the Beverley Agricultural Show in the central Wheatbelt this weekend.
In the wake of a shocking week on Western Australian roads, The Road Safety Commission has urged drivers to be careful.
An advertising campaign has been rolled out across television and radio in Western Australia, uses a new tactic to influence drivers who knowingly break speed limits and take risks which could cause d...
The Road Safety Commissioner for Western Australia, Kim Papalia, has welcomed the Australian Trucking Association’s Safety Truck to Western Australia.
The Liberal National Government has launched the first of five new major road safety campaigns in an effort to change the behaviour of those motorists who are putting Western Australia’s lives at risk.
The Road Safety Commission has released crash figures for the first half of 2016, showing a marked decrease in the number of fatal crashes in metropolitan Perth – 25, compared to 37 for the same perio...
WA’s Road Safety Commissioner will be in Cranbrook on Thursday, to address the second Great Southern Road Safety Conference.
The Road Safety Commission provides grants for community initiatives which assist in spreading the road safety message.
The Road Safety Commission is developing a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2016-2020 (DAIP) in accordance with the requirements of the Disability Services Act 1993.
The WA Road Safety Commission has released a guide to help those who drive in regional and remote Australia to choose safer vehicles.
Perth’s newest landmark, Elizabeth Quay, will be illuminated in yellow tonight and tomorrow night, to help promote Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week.
The Road Safety Commission is reminding cyclists that pedestrians have right-of-way, under new cycling on footpath laws which came into effect today.
The Road Safety Commission has made good on its promise to organise a safety audit on a stretch of road in Landsdale where a young mother was killed in a head-on smash in January.
Western Australia’s Road Safety Commission is urging drivers heading to this weekend’s One Night Stand concert in Geraldton to focus their attention on road safety on the way there and back.
A preliminary snapshot of the first three months of 2016 on WA’s roads shows that men aged in their 20s represent the highest proportion of people killed in crashes so far this year.
The WA Road Safety Commission is urging vehicle and motorbike passengers to speak out if they feel uncomfortable about a driver’s behaviour.
The State Government has committed to implementing the recommendations of its inaugural Wheatbelt Highway Safety Review report, which was tabled today in State Parliament.
The preliminary road toll in WA in 2015 was 161 – the equal lowest since records began in 1961.
WA’s Road Safety Commissioner says it’s vital that the community not accept that deaths will occur on WA roads.
Western Australia’s Road Safety Commissioner says the road toll is not acceptable and has urged every road user to ensure safety is the priority.
WA’s Road Safety Commission is urging vigilance on WA roads this long weekend, in the wake of 30 deaths, so far, this year.
WA Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has urged road crash victims, their families and those who attend crashes to access a valuable counselling service.
The WA Road Safety Commission has joined forces with Surfing WA to target and highlight the dangers of texting and driving.
WA's Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has described the risk to lives on regional roads as 'severe'.
WA’s Road Safety Commissioner has welcomed the start of a landmark Australian study into driver in-vehicle behaviour.
The Road Safety Commission reminds that hoverboards are illegal for use on WA roads and shared public paths.
WA’s Road Safety Commissioner has expressed his dismay over a recent spate of preliminary blood alcohol readings recorded by drivers throughout the State over the Christmas break.
The Pilbara Industry Road Safety Alliance has launched a comprehensive ‘It’s Your Choice’ radio campaign in the lead up to the Christmas/New Year peak season.
Note: Double demerit penalties for the festive holiday season apply from Friday 18 December 2015 until Sunday 3 January 2016 (inclusive).
The WA Road Safety Commission has identified indigenous road safety as a priority, preparing a landmark strategy to target regional Aboriginal communities into the future.
Kim Papalia has been appointed as WA’s inaugural Road Safety Commissioner.
The Road Safety Commission has applauded the efforts of high risk students at Northam Senior High School, for publishing a road safety booklet for their peers, called “Crossing the Road.”
A capacity crowd at the Toodyay Memorial Hall last night demonstrated that road safety remains a serious cause for concern for the local Wheatbelt community.
Newly appointed Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia has set his sights on motorbike safety, as one of his first official priorities.
The Motorcycle Riders Association of W.A. Inc. will be holding this year’s Motorcycle Safety Week between October 30th and November 7th.
The State Government has called on WA road users to give priority to emergency vehicles, as we enter the Christmas peak period.
With the commencement of grain harvesting in the Mid West, cyclists are being urged by the Road Safety Commission and local cycling club, Spokes, to take added care on the heavy haulage routes along M...
The Road Safety Commission welcomes the findings of the latest World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 which finds that road safety efforts in the past three years hav...
The Road Safety Commission said the tragic deaths of five people on WA’s roads over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend highlighted the need for motorists to have road safety at the forefront of their m...
Note: Double demerit penalties for the Queen’s Birthday long weekend apply from Friday 25 to Monday 28 September 2015 (inclusive).
A new website is now available to help positively influence the behaviour of Western Australian road users. Each day, unsafe driving behaviour on our network places people at risk. Staying safe on our...
Those in the market for a second-hand vehicle will have access to important vehicle safety information from today, following the release of the 2015 Used Car Safety Ratings guide.
It is no surprise that the safety of our vehicle fleet continues to improve with time. Year-on-year improvements in vehicle technology combined with extensive research are helping to improve the safet...
The National Transport Commission (NTC) is inviting individual stakeholders and organisations to provide a written submission on the 11th package of amendments to the Australian Road Rules (ARR). The ...
Last week, staff from the Road Safety Commission, Main Roads, WA Police and local government embarked on a two-day bus trip to examine targeted sections of roads in the Wheatbelt in an effort to reduc...
This morning, the Road Safety Council and Main Roads WA held a joint press conference at Main Roads WA’s Traffic Operations Centre to discuss the dangers that unsecured loads posed to Western Australi...
This morning, the Minister for Road Safety officially announced the establishment of the Road Safety Commission, which replaces the Office of Road Safety and moves out of Main Roads Western Australia ...
The Minister for Road Safety, Liza Harvey, today encouraged those who live, work or travel in the Wheatbelt region to have their say into the State Government’s first highway safety review.
Note: Double demerit penalties for the Western Australia Day long weekend apply from Friday 29 May to Monday 1 June 2015 (inclusive).
A checklist of 11 points is being promoted for the 2015 Fatality Free Friday pledge, an initiative which takes place on Friday 29 May this year.
Western Australia’s fourth industry road safety alliance has been launched in the Goldfields-Esperance region, with leaders in Government, business and the community all coming together to showcase th...
With this year’s Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week coinciding with the 2015 UN Global Road Safety Week (4 to 10 May), the Office of Road Safety is encouraging all West Australians to actively en...
Note: Double demerit penalties for the Anzac Day long weekend apply from Friday 24 to Monday 27 April 2015 (inclusive).
A new campaign on motorcycle road safety was launched over the weekend, addressing the over-representation of motorcyclists as a road user group in fatal and serious injury crashes on Western Australi...
Earlier today, Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey released the 2014 Preliminary Fatal and Critical Injuries on WA Roads Summary.
Note: Double demerit penalties for the Easter long weekend apply from Thursday 2 to Monday 6 April (inclusive).
According to the Office of Road Safety’s (ORS) most recent survey of the community’s attitudes on restraint use (from July 2013), seatbelt use is not seen as one of the top road safety issues amongst ...
A plethora of cycling activities is planned for the annual Bikeweek event, which runs from 14 to 22 March this year.
Western Australia’s changing transport landscape has placed vulnerable road users under a new spotlight in recent years.
Effective speed management plays a valuable role in minimising road deaths and serious injuries on Western Australian roads, according to Road Safety Council (RSC) Chairman Professor Murray Lampard.
Double demerit penalties for the Labour Day long weekend apply from Friday 27 February to Monday 2 March 2015 (inclusive).
The Minister for Road Safety, Liza Harvey, has announced the State Government would be undertaking a range of initiatives as part of its long term road safety camera plan across the next five years.
The next round of submissions for the State Government’s Road Safety Community Grants Program is now open.
Double demerit penalties for the Australia Day long weekend apply from Friday 23 to Monday 26 January 2015 (inclusive).
Research has shown that drivers’ interaction with technology, such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS), mobile phones, vehicle entertainment systems and vehicle controls, contributes to up to one-fift...
Contrary to what some people may think, road crashes caused by fatigue have as much to do with a person’s lifestyle and their sleeping patterns as the behavioural actions of a driver behind the wheel ...
If you don’t wear a seat belt, research shows you are at least 10 times more likely to be killed in a road crash.
Note: Double demerit penalties for the festive holiday season apply from Friday 19 December 2014 until Sunday 4 January 2015 (inclusive).
The equation is simple – the more alcohol someone drinks before driving a vehicle, the greater their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and the greater their chance of having a crash.
As the holiday season approaches, mature road users in Western Australia need to take heed of the great example being set by our young drivers, with some older drivers still remaining a concern in the...
Driver distraction is comparable to speeding, drink-driving and fatigue when it comes to contributing factors in road trauma around the world.
The increased use and reliance on mobile phone technology around the world is impacting the way we live – and the way we drive.
The safety of one of our most vulnerable road users, motorcyclists and scooter riders, will be in the spotlight over the next week as Motorcycle Safety Week takes place across the country.
The state’s first support service for road trauma victims has marked its first year of operations with a joint event to coincide with the 2014 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
When it comes to road crashes, many people immediately think of an individual’s driving behaviour and whether that has contributed to the crash.
One of Western Australia’s leaders in road safety, Iain Cameron, has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Australasian College of Road Safety Fellowship at its annual conference dinner in Melbourne last ...
Launching for the first time in 2014, the Road Ribbon for Road Safety community-based campaign is an initiative created by the WA Local Government Association’s (WALGA) RoadWise Program and encourages...
Road Safety Council Chairman, Professor Murray Lampard, said today it was time Western Australian motorists stepped up in terms of improving their attitude, sharing the roads and being more tolerant.
Results from a Main Roads WA speed compliance survey last year have been released this week, revealing record numbers of West Australian drivers and riders are sticking to speed limits on our roads.
Main Roads is trialling pedestrian countdown timers at the intersection of William and Murray Streets in the Perth CBD, which will mean standardising the green man invitation cross time to six seconds...
On Wednesday 15 October, road users may notice an increase in bike riders on West Australian roads.
Fatal crashes on our roads in the first half of this year have claimed 88 West Australians.
Western Australia recorded no deaths on Friday 30 May. This was a pleasing statistic across the nation, as last Friday was part of the national Fatality Free Friday campaign.
Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, is encouraging all road users in Western Australia to “make a pledge” for a fatality free Friday on Friday 30 May.
Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, is calling for all Western Australian road users to recognise the risks of inattention on our roads.
The South West Industry Road Safety Alliance has taken out the prestigious Partnerships Excellence Award in the 2014 Injury Prevention and Safety Excellence Awards, hosted by the Injury Control Counci...
With students returning to school this week, road users are reminded to reduce their driving speed through marked school zones across Western Australia.
The Department of Transport’s annual Bikeweek celebration is on again this week (from 15 to 23 March), in a bid to promote bicycles as an alternative mode of transport.
Following widespread support across Australia in 2013, this year’s Yellow Ribbon “DRIVE So Others Survive (SOS)!” National Road Safety Week is set to take place from 4 to 11 May.
With students returning to school from the end of this week, road users are reminded to reduce their driving speed through marked school zones across Western Australia.
Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, is urging all road users to remain extra vigilant on the roads, following the number of motorcycle fatalities since the start of the year.
Last Sunday, the RAC launched a powerful and visual reminder of the impact of road crashes to the community, with a Christmas table assembled in the Northbridge Piazza to remember people who have lost...
Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey yesterday promoted the revamped ‘Party Guide’ page on the Office of Road Safety’s website, which makes information readily accessible on how to plan a party safely and...
WA Police announced a new initiative that was rolled out over the weekend for Year 12 students embarking on road trips down south for the annual School Leavers trek.
Now in its 17th year, the White RibbonsTM for Road Safety campaign, run by the WA Local Government Association’s (WALGA) RoadWise Program, is once again raising road safety awareness and encouraging i...
From mid-December, drivers aged 85 years and older will no longer be required to sit a mandatory practical driving assessment when renewing their C-Class vehicle licence in Western Australia, unless r...
Support has arrived for families that have been affected by road trauma, with the launch of the Road Trauma Support WA (RTSWA) on Sunday.
The Chair of the Road Safety Council Professor Murray Lampard has congratulated the City of Wanneroo on receiving a High Commendation award at an Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) conference ...
The Office of Road Safety (ORS) received an overwhelming amount of entries from show-goers at this year’s Perth Motorcycle and Scooter Show.
The Office of Road Safety (ORS) stand at the 2013 Perth Motorcycle and Scooter Show over the weekend (Friday 1 to Sunday 3 November) was one of many booths that gained plenty of attention from hundred...
The Office of Road Safety will be exhibiting at the Perth Motorcycle and Scooter show to remind riders about road safety issues and encourage safer rider behaviours.
Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, is today calling on all road users to be extra vigilant and for motorcyclists to take extra care in the coming summer months as a time where unfort...
The Office of Road Safety display stand has won the award for Commercial Exhibitor for the Design and presentation of a Government Department stand at this year’s IGA Royal Show.
The Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, was invited to attend the York Police’s road safety forum on 11 October to share information and experiences of implementing strategies under T...
The Minister for Road Safety Liza Harvey has announced the launch of the State Government’s 2013/14 Road Safety Community Grants program with $250,000 made available through the Road Trauma Trust Acco...
Max Cameron is an internationally recognised Professor (Research) in the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC), who provides governments and their agencies with road safety policy and enf...
Last month, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) released 5 star safety ratings for three more vehicles in the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Police figures have shown that in 2012, there was an increase in speed and red light infringements issued to WA road users. The Road Safety Council Chair, Professor Murray Lampard, offers this stateme...
All licensed venues in Dowerin have united to implement the Skipper Program for the 2013 Dowerin Field Days.
Curtin Monash Accident Research Centre (C-MARC) aims to be a centre of excellence in road and other injury research and the translation of that research into policy and practice that will impact on go...
Reducing your speed by just a few kilometres per hour can significantly decrease your chances of being seriously injured or killed in a crash.
The Road Safety Annual Report 2013 has been released by the International Traffic Safety Data and Analysis Group (IRTAD).
School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA) has recently launched the second edition of the Challenges and Choices road safety resources for teachers, parents and students (Pre-primary to Year 6).
The best way to keep children safe when crossing the road is to hold their hand and find a safe place to cross, according to Professor Donna Cross from Edith Cowan University’s Child Health Promotion ...
The Road Safety Council has welcomed the release of the Vehicle Safety Research Group’s Used Car Safety Ratings (UCSR) ‘Safe Pick’ vehicles available on the second hand market offering the most lifesa...
From Friday 12 July until last service Wednesday 17 July 2013, and from Wednesday 31 July until last service Sunday 4 August 2013 there will be major closures across the Transperth network. These clos...
Professor Murray Lampard, Road Safety Council Chair, has released the following statement:
The Mid West Industry Road Safety Alliance (MWIRSA) has launched a road safety campaign consisting of two television commercials titled ‘Tame the Beast’ addressing the safe overtaking of road trains o...
The Road Safety Council is reminding WA young road users that they are more at risk of a fatigue related road crash than they may realise.
The report Driver attitudes to speed enforcement from Austroads Safety project SS1573 'Speed enforcement - national survey of driver attitudes' (project managed by Evan Walker, Centre for Road Safety ...
The White RibbonsTM for Road Safety campaign is a community based initiative which allows individuals to directly contribute to raising awareness about the importance of road safety, including over th...
The United Nations’ World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is the day on which all those killed and injured in road crashes are remembered, together with their families, the emergency servi...
To encourage safe driving on our roads, WA Police and the Office of Road Safety have produced the following Street Smarts videos on roundabouts and merging. Drive safe.
The Road Safety Council has welcomed the announcement today by WA police and the Minister for Police; Road Safety, Liza Harvey MLA, that from 1 August 2012, drivers caught with a Blood Alcohol Concent...
Statement from the Independent Chair of the Road Safety Council, Professor D’Arcy Holman.
The Road Safety Council has welcomed the Government’s announcement by Minister Rob Johnson that among significant boosts in funding to road safety in WA is $20 million for regional roads and is expect...
The Road Safety Council has welcomed the announcement by the Government in committing Road Trauma Trust Account (RTTA) funding for 12/13 to road safety priority improvement areas as recommended by the...
The Road Safety Council has welcomed the decision by the Government to not introduce power to weight restrictions for novice drivers. The Council is also pleased with the announcement of new novice dr...
Recent attention to the real priorities required to reduce road trauma has provided an opportunity to emphasise the need for Road Trauma Trust Account (RTTA) funding to focus on the recommended priori...
Independent Chair of the Road Safety Council, Professor D'Arcy Holman, has responded to the Government's announcement by saying that a minimum of 25 hours of supervised driving for learner drivers bef...
The Road Safety Council is reminding drivers in WA that despite popular belief, tourists and visitors do not account for most of the crashes in regional and rural areas.
The Road Safety Council is endorsing technology that can help drivers stick to the speed limit in support of the new ‘Post it Notes’ speed campaign launched 4 February 2012 by the Minister for Police;...
Today, the Road Safety Council is marking 10 years of 50 km/h speed zones in built up areas in WA.
The Office of Road Safety, on behalf of the Road Safety Council, has created a simple and easy to understand educational resource to make the process of getting a driver’s licence easier, and to sprea...
The State’s road safety strategy, Towards Zero has the potential to save more than 11,000 people from being killed or seriously injured by 2020.
The 2011 Used Car Safety Ratings buyers guide was today released by the National Roads and Motorists' Association.
Fatality Free Friday is designed to focus public attention on road safety and encourage all road users to play their part and drive safely.