National Road Safety Week is an annual initiative from the Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) Group, partnering road safety organisations and both Federal and State Government. This year the week runs from 30 April to 6 May 2018 and highlights the impact of road trauma and ways to reduce it.
Over the week, national and State icons will turn yellow. Emergency vehicles, fleet trucks, cars, motorbikes and bicycles will display yellow ribbons to honour those we have lost and demonstrate the pledge to drive safely.
During the week iconic Queensland landmarks will be lit yellow for National Road Safety Week:
If you’re in Brisbane or Toowoomba, please check out:
- Parliament House
- Story Bridge
- Victoria Bridge
- Gateway Bridge
- Reddacliff Place ‘steam’ sculpture
- Victoria Street Bridge in Toowoomba
- Maryborough City Hall
- The Esplanade drive and parks in Hervey Bay
- Gympie Town Hall and Centre Stage
How can you show your support?
– display a yellow ribbon or sticker on your car, motorbike, truck or bicycle to show your support for National Road Safety Week
– share your support on your social networks using the #nrsw or #drivesos hashtags and follow SARAH on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
– talk to your family, friends and colleagues about your intention to drive safely and why it’s important
– take the National Road Safety Week pledge.