Get your Road safety grant in!

Community organisations, school and P&Cs still have time to apply for up to $1,000 in council funding for local road safety initiatives as part of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Road Safety Grant Program.

Mayor Allan Sutherland urged local groups to get in before the May 13 deadline, with innovative ideas on how to improve local road safety.

“If you haven’t got your application in and you want to make a difference to your community then jump on board today,” he said.

“We’re open to all kinds of ideas from road safety programs for toddlers and seniors, to education for young drivers, or even translating road safety information into other languages.

Projects can include road safety programs on a range of local road safety priorities including:

  • School safety

  • Vulnerable road user safety;

  • Licensing, unlicensed and disqualified driving;

  • Driver fatigue;

  • Drink and drug driving;

  • Anti-social driver behaviour (hooning);

  • Seat belt utilisation;

  • Speeding

  • Road user distraction

  • General road safety issues.

For more information on eligibility criteria visit https://www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Services/Community-Support/Grants-and-Funding/Community-Grants or phone 3205 0555.

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