Safe Roads and RoadsidesSafe Roads and Roadsides in WA

Improving the safety of roads could reduce the number of serious crashes by as much as 40 per cent. Investing in safe system infrastructure improvements will continue to save lives and prevent serious injuries in the future, creating a lasting legacy of an inherently safe road network.

Fact Sheet - Black Spot Program Officer Assistance

WALGA's RoadWise has developed a fact sheet for Local Governments and Regional Road Groups that outlines how RoadWise officers can assist with National and State Black Spot Program submissions. 

Download the Fact Sheet via the Resources page.

Kit - Black Spot Program

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This Kit aims to provide information to RoadWise Regional Road Safety Advisors on the National and State Black Spot Program and how they can provide support to WA Local Governments in the National and State Black Spot nomination process. 

Download the Kit via the Resources page.

Regional Road Group and Black Spot Survey Results - Report 2018

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This report presents the results of the Regional Road Group (RRG) and Black Spot Survey conducted by The Western Australian Local Government Association’s (WALGA) RoadWise Program in September 2017.

The survey was developed to obtain feedback on RoadWise’s role in the Black Spot program and the impact of recent changes to road safety auditor accreditation.

Visit the Resources page to download the Regional Road Group and Black Spot Report.

Safe Roads and Roadsides Resource Kit

Safe Roads and Roadsides Resource Kit

The Safe Roads and Roadsides Resource Kit, which was initially developed to assist Local Governments in the Great Southern region, is available for use on a statewide level and can be downloaded from this website by completing the download form.

The Kit, which includes supporting templates such as quizzes, media releases, activities, posters and presentations, has been designed to allow information to be tailored to suit the needs of individual Local Governments, RoadWise or other road safety committees/groups. It is intended to support and enhance existing Local Government activities.

To find out more, contact your closest Regional Road Safety Advisor.

Other resources

Visit the following pages to access information and resources for campaigns targeting safe roads and roadsides: