Feedback sought on how to make SA roads safer

Davida Erdahl

The Condition Authorities is producing a new 10-12 months road safety tactic to tutorial decisions and financial commitment up to 2031. Its current extensive-phrase tactic, Toward Zero Collectively, finishes this 12 months. On Monday, the Authorities will launch its to start with spherical of community session for the new plan […]

The Condition Authorities is producing a new 10-12 months road safety tactic to tutorial decisions and financial commitment up to 2031.

Its current extensive-phrase tactic, Toward Zero Collectively, finishes this 12 months.

On Monday, the Authorities will launch its to start with spherical of community session for the new plan with an on-line survey at yoursay.sa.gov.au.

The survey, which goes dwell at 10am, presents an possibility for people today to raise problems and post strategies to assist decrease the variety of critical accidents and deaths that come about on SA roadways.

Road Protection Minister Vincent Tarzia claimed community input was vital in producing the plan.

“Whether you travel, journey, stroll or are a passenger, this is your possibility to assist condition a new Road Protection Approach to tutorial the state’s progress to decrease life shed and critical accidents,” he claimed.

“We want to superior realize how you travel close to your community, what ambitions will have to be set for improving road safety about the following 10 yrs, and what problems will have to be prioritised and tackled in the Road Protection Approach.”

A complete of 482 people today shed their life and 3482 had been seriously injured on SA roadways in the 5 12 months time period to the close of 2019.

The optimum variety of life shed in practically a ten years happened final 12 months, when 114 died.

Session will close on Monday, November two.

The draft tactic will be publicly introduced following 12 months.

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