Queensland Initiative Targets Driver Behaviour for Road Safety Week

A statewide road safety initiative will shock residents into seeing the fatal consequences of bad driving behaviour as part of Road Safety Week.

Queensland Police has teamed up with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Toowoomba Council and road user groups to drive home the message of being safe on the roads.

Toowoomba police Crime Prevention Officer Sergeant Tony Rehn said Queensland Road Safety Week would roll out across the region from August 17-21 as part of the statewide awareness program.

“Road Safety Week was done for the first time last year in the Central region around Rockhampton,” he said.

“But this is the first year it has gone statewide.”

Each day will focus on a different theme and includes displays, presentations and participation events during the week from August 17-21.

Read more in The Chronicle.


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