We can all play a role in preventing road crashes.
Sharing the responsibility for road safety means that governments, communities and individual road users can all contribute in different ways to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads.
Since 1994 the Local Government and community road safety network has been planning and delivering local solutions which have contributed to saving lives and preventing injuries.
Become a member of the community road safety network
The Local Governments and RoadWise Committees that form the community road safety network can become a registered member of the network by completing the WALGA RoadWise Program Membership Registration form available via the download form.
As a member of the community road safety network you:
Support your community
Work together with others
Have access to information and resources
Make a difference
Develop new skills
Become a part of a state-wide network
Contact your Road Safety Advisor
There are many ways to contribute to community road safety at the local level.
If you have an active interest in road safety and would like to find out how you can get involved or make a contribution, click on either link below:
Alternatively, contact your local closest Road Safety Advisor to discuss road safety activities and opportunities in your region.