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 our community.
Last updated: 15 March 2023


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No one plans a crash – mass media campaign launch

Having been officially launched in December by Road Safety Minister Paul Papalia, this week sees the full roll-out of the 'No one plans a crash' campaign across television, on-demand TV, radio, cinema, digital and social media, roadside billboards, bus-backs, bus-shelters and venue advertising.
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Surfing WA launches ‘NoTxtNoWrecks’ campaign

Surfing WA has launched its 2023 road safety campaign #NoTxtNoWrecks. The campaign aims to get drivers off their phones and to highlight the dangers of distracted driving.

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





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