A new Victorian Community Road Safety Partnership Program was introduced on 1 July 2011 replacing the community road safety program model of Saferoads and RoadSafe.

Saferoads operated as a partnership with local government. It aimed to reduce the incidence and severity of road crashes in municipalities through the development and implementation of municipal road safety strategies and  multi-action countermeasure packages such as ‘Not So Fast’ ‘Make Motorcycling Safer’ ‘Keeping Older Drivers Safe and Mobile’ and ‘Safer Roads and Roadsides’.  RoadSafe operated through 24 Community Road Safety Councils which received grants from VicRoads to implement local road safety programs to improve the safety of road users. 

The new Victorian Community Road Safety Partnership Program Model uses a two tiered structure comprising a Victorian Community Road Safety Alliance and Local Community Road Safety Groups.

More information available form VicRoads website 


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