Have your say on Indian Ocean Drive road safety
28 Sep 2017
The State Government has urged the public to contribute to the road safety audit currently being undertaken on Indian Ocean Drive.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron said the public could pinpoint their areas of concern along the tourist drive, by using the Road Safety Commission’s interactive map.
“This is an innovative way for people who use Indian Ocean Drive regularly or those heading up the coast on holidays to contribute to the Indian Ocean Drive Highway Safety Review,” said Mr Cameron.
“The interactive map allows users to provide feedback by adding photos, a map location and a brief description of their areas of concern.
“The information will then be fed directly to the Indian Ocean Drive Highway Safety Review Committee and considered for the final safety review report to be presented to Road Safety Minister Michelle Roberts next month.”
All submissions made to the interactive map would be moderated by the Road Safety Commission before being made available publicly, and while users can browse information provided by other users, no personal information will be collected.
The interactive map is now available on the Road Safety Commission website until 23 October, and can be embedded and shared on the internet and social media.