Media Statements

Stay alert at the lights

Minister for Infrastructure and Transport,  Michael Ferguson, launched our brand new Pedestrian Safety campaign on Wednesday, 1 September. This campaign is a reminder for both drivers and pedestrians to look out for each other. If you are driving you must look out for and give way to pedestrians. Drivers are reminded to always look out…

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Strong Governance for Road Safety Advisory Council

Former Deputy Police Commissioner Scott Tilyard has commenced as the new Chair of the Tasmanian Road Safety Advisory Council, bringing a renewed focus on road safety initiatives, improving driver behaviour and tangible actions.Well known and highly regarded across the state, Mr Tilyard served with Tasmania Police for more than 40 years. Read More.

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Take the pledge

Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey today urged Tasmanians to take the pledge to support road safety. “By going to and pledging to drive so others survive, you are making a commitment to do just that,” Mr Bailey said. The pledge is part of National Yellow Ribbon Road Safety Week launched in Launceston…

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