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The Road Safety Commission would like to wish all West Australians an enjoyable and safe Christmas and holiday period on the roads.
We want every day to be fatality free on WA roads. However, Road Safety Council Chairman Iain Cameron welcomes the opportunity provided by Fatality Free Friday to start the road safety conversation with family, friends and colleagues. This Friday, 31 May 2019...
The State Government has focused on the dangers of fatigue and drowsy driving ahead of the April school holidays and Easter long weekend, with our community education campaign warning drivers 'Don't trust your tired self'.
Airbags for your handlebars. Full body carbon fibre suits. Adult training wheels. All far-fetched safety devices that feature in the State Government’s new digital motorcycle education campaign designed to spark an important conversation.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Simon Grieve has joined the Road Safety Commission from the Department of Transport.
It's that time of year when excited children return to the classroom, with some making the journey to school for the first time.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed targeted drink and drug driving enforcement by WA Police Force this Christmas-New Year period.
This week the human cost of road trauma in Western Australia was laid bare outside St George's Cathedral in Perth.
The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.
The Road Safety Commission is a portfolio within WA Police Force. It reports to the Minister for Road Safety, Hon Paul Papalia MLA.