Road Safety Commission

As the voice of road safety in Western Australia, the Road Safety Commission is dedicated to tackling road trauma, which is one of the biggest and most sustained causes of death and injury in the community.


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Shadows of Summer campaign launched

The Shadows of Summer campaign launched on Saturday 19th December at Bathers Beach in Fremantle. This summer, shadows representing people lost on our roads this year will be installed across WA to provoke reflection on road safety and driver behaviour.
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New eRideables rules are here

New rules around eRideables have been gazetted and will come into effect at 12.01am Saturday 4th December 2021. If you are an eRider, or a road user of any sort, please make yourself familiar with the new rules to ensure every journey is a safe one.
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Minister applauds 50 years of seatbelts in WA

As Western Australia approaches the 50th anniversary of seatbelt legislation in the State, Road Safety Minister Paul Papalia applauds WA drivers on belting up for (almost) 50 years.

What we do

The Road Safety Commission works to reduce road trauma on WA roads, responding to road users presenting the highest risk.



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Page reviewed 28 January 2022