Hedland RoadWise farewells road safety stalwart

Posted on: Monday, 23 March 2015 at 12:00:00 AM

The Port Hedland RoadWise Committee has bid farewell to road safety champion Bob Neville.

Bob has spent more than 40 years working tirelessly to improve life in the Pilbara region. As well as spending the past 18 years as the Chief Executive of the Bloodwood Tree Association, Bob has served as a Town of Port Hedland Councillor and Mayor and as the chair of the Port Hedland RoadWise Committee, among other things.

As committee chair, Bob lead members in identifying and addressing local road safety issues. From speaking with stakeholders and advocating for safer roads, to serving coffee in the outback to tired drivers, Bob worked with the committee to improve road safety outcomes for the local community.

Pictured above: Bob Neville who leaves the Pilbara region after more than 40 years.

Bob is leaving the Pilbara region for the Wheatbelt town of Toodyay where he will undoubtedly continue his passion for community.

Back to Search Results

Latest News

  • Img: Dalwallinu Lions Club Driver Reviver Triumph
    Dalwallinu Lions Club Driver Reviver Tri… Wednesday, 19 July 2017 Congratulations to the Dalwallinu Lions Club, who had an exceptional weekend with th… Read More …
  • Img: Courtesy Speed Display Signs Available to Assist With Local Safe Speed and Speeding Initiatives
    Courtesy Speed Display Signs Available t… Tuesday, 18 July 2017 WALGA’s RoadWise has purchased a set of courtesy speed display signs (CSDS) for Loca… Read More …
  • Img: Child Car restraint Update - July 2017
    Child Car restraint Update - July 2017 Tuesday, 18 July 2017 Over the past month, current Type 1 Child Car Restraint Fitters were sent an email w… Read More …

Road Safety in your area: