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The State Government's Australia Day drink driving community education campaign uses two Aussie favourites to bring home the drink driving message to West Australian drivers.
The State Government has announced that SLOMO laws will be introduced in the new year, with the aim of providing a safe working environment for roadside emergency responders.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed targeted drink and drug driving enforcement by WA Police Force this Christmas and New Year period.
The State Government has launched a series of multilingual road safety booklets for international drivers who visit Western Australia.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron has asked WA school leavers to plan ahead, as thousands of students start to make their way around the state for end of school celebrations.
Australians are uniting to support the World Day of Remembrance for victims of road trauma, which will be commemorated globally on Sunday the 19th of November.
The State Government is taking immediate action to save lives and reduce road trauma on Indian Ocean Drive, by reducing the speed limit to 100 km/h.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed the introduction of new regulations for the minimum distance a driver must give when passing a cyclist.
An overwhelming response to the multilingual road safety booklets has resulted in the addition of two new languages.
The new SLOMO law will commence in March, with the aim of providing a safe working environment for roadside emergency responders.
The Road Safety Commission has welcomed targeted drink and drug driving enforcement by WA Police Force this Christmas-New Year period.
The Indian Ocean Drive Safety Review Group included experts from the Road Safety Commission, WA Police Force and Main Roads WA, who met regularly to employ a Safe System approach on road safety solutions.
The State Government has used that data, along with feedback from focus groups involving motorcyclists, to produce a road safety education campaign that engages with male motorcyclists who take risks on the road.
The State Government has allocated $17.2 million from the Road Trauma Trust Account to continue road safety improvements on Toodyay Road.
The Forrest Highway Average Speed Safety Camera Zone begins enforcement on 6 September, and drivers are receiving ample warning that if they speed, they will get caught.
It is with energy and excitement that I step into the role of Acting Commissioner of Road Safety for Western Australia.