August 2022

The winners of this year’s Australian Road Safety Awards presented by Suncorp have been announced at a ceremony held at Parliament House in Canberra today. The 11th annual awards are an iniative of the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) and aim to drive new standards of excellence(read more)

May 2022

Fatality Free Friday initiative to be the catalyst for a permanent cultural shift in road user behaviour. In an effort to end the alarming rates of road death and injury, the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) is advocating for a revolutionary changein road user culture this Fatality Free Friday (27 May). (read more)

While 100 per cent of South Australians claim to be safe road users, 68 per cent are breaking road laws – the juxtaposition spotlighting an urgent need to give road safety a renewed focus across South Australia. The Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) has issued the plea to road users… (read more)

April 2022

Shocking new research indicates an alarming level of ignorance and arrogance towards road safety. While 99 per cent of Australians claim to be safe road users, 71 per cent are breaking road laws – the juxtaposition spotlighting an urgent need to give road safety a renewed national focus… (read more)

February 2022

Supercheap Auto today announced it has joined forces with the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) in a multi-year partnership aimed at reducing the instances of physical and mental illness, death and disability that result from road crashes and incidents. The ARSF achieves these goals… (read more)

On 21-22 February 2022, the 8th Edition of the Global Road Safety Film Festival will take place. The event, held during the Inland Transport Committee’s 75th Anniversary, is being run by the Laser International Foundation, together with the UN Road Safety Fund and UN Economic… (read more)   (watch here)

Road safety campaign leveraging geo-targeted technology is expanded across four regions. After a successful Brisbane pilot, the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) is extending its innovative ‘Slow Down Songs’ campaign in an effort to protect young lives. Slow Down Songs alerts drivers as… (read more)

Neuron Mobility is launching 750 e-scooters in Melbourne on 1 February, as part of the city’s 12-month trial in City of Melbourne, City of Yarra and City of Port Phillip. To coincide with the launch, Neuron and the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) have teamed up to to promote rider safety… (read more)

January 2022

Aussie drivers may need to head back into the classroom to brush up on road safety, as new research from insurer AAMI reveals almost half (46 per cent) admit to speeding because they didn’t notice signs indicating a change in the speed limit. Of those who admit to speeding, over half (56 per cent) claim… (read more)

December 2021

Calls for Australians to be the change they want to see on the road by choosing road safety. The Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) is imploring road users to give the gift of life this Christmas, by choosing road safety across the holiday period. Last year, 191 Australians were killed on the nation’s… (read more)

November 2021

Australian Road Safety Foundation honours Elle Underhill in new awareness initiative. As part of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (21 Nov), the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) is calling on Australians to paint a butterfly on a pebble. The road safety initiative is in support of… (read more)

September 2021

Australian Road Safety Foundation implores all road users to be the change they want to see on the road. With two in three road deaths occurring on regional roads, new research from the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) has detailed why all Australians have a personal responsibility to take… (read more)

Australians are being urged to put safety first on regional and rural roads as Rural Road Safety Month gets underway. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Barnaby Joyce said the overrepresentation of regional and rural road users in the national… (read more)

June 2021

The Australia Road Safety Awards, designed to acknowledge the achievements of road safety stakeholders and foster increased road safety activity, were held at Parliament House in Canberra today by the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF)(read more)

May 2021

Australian Road Safety Foundation urges road users to consider domino effect of road trauma. Despite ongoing efforts to educate road users about their role in reducing the devastating impact of road trauma, new research reveals Australians are continuing to undertake risky behaviours on the roads… (read more)

Road trauma has a devastating ripple effect through the community, extending way beyond those involved in crashes, according to the Australian Road Safety Foundation. Research shows that 84 per cent of road users falsely believe that drivers make up the majority of the road toll when in actual fact… (read more)

The Australian Government joins the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) in urging all road users to consider the devastating ripple effect of road trauma this Fatality Free Friday. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said… (read more)

March 2021

A free online learning experience and education tool aimed at Year 9 students, RoadSet, is taking off in Townsville – making local roads safer for everyone. Townsville has become a critical regional hub and driver of the innovative program with 12 schools and four organisations within the greater region… (read more)

January 2021

Australian first ‘Slow Down Songs’ on Spotify piloted in Queensland. The Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) has teamed up with Spotify and some of Queensland’s leading musicians in a national first that will geotarget drivers within school zones. The Slow Down Songs campaign, which is being… (read more)