City of Armadale
The City of Armadale covers an area of 560sqkm and is home to over 75,000 people. It has a road network of 697kms of which about 15kms are unsealed. The City has a rich cultural heritage and acknowledges the important links its Aboriginal community has to the land.
The City of Armadale RoadWise Advisory Committee was formed in 1994 and for over 20 years has been committed to improving road safety for the local community.
The City of Armadale RoadWise Advisory Committee meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the City of Armadale Administration Building.
- City of Armadale
- WA Police Force
- Tarborda Contracting
- WALGA's RoadWise Program
- Community members
- Raise community awareness of local road safety issues and initiatives
- Develop and implement programs and initiatives that address specific local road safety issues
- Identify and address local road safety issues
June 2017 - Bringing together Neighbourhood Watch and Safe Vehicles
The City of Armadale has a speed display trailer which is deployed at various locations to educated drivers about their travel speeds and safe road use. The speed display trailer is one of a number of tools that the committee uses to contribute to reduced travel speeds in the City of Armadale.
The City of Armadale is one of the leaders in fleet safety in Western Australia. The City has a comprehensive fleet safety policy that covers the seven key elements of fleet safety and continues to improve their vehicle safety record.
Photo caption: The 'Rest and Revive Stop' at the City of Armadale's Australia Day celebrations.
Pictured above: Members of Gosnells and Armadale RoadWise Committees and WA Police ready to tackle drink driving.
Pictured above: Armadale and Gosnells RoadWise Committee members prepare for action.
City of Armadale
Phone 9394 5424
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