Community road safety grants
Think of what your community group could achieve with a grant.
Applications for the 2019 grant program open on 5 May 2019 and close midnight 7 June 2019, so start researching and planning your road safety idea now.
Got a road safety idea?
Do you have an idea to improve road safety in your local community? You can make it a reality by applying for a Community Road Safety Grant.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads is offering up to $20,000 for short term, small scale road safety projects across:
- childhood road safety
- bicycle education
- general road safety
- seatbelts (rural and remote communities)
- safer seniors
Make your idea reality
If you are part of a not-for-profit organisation, community group, local government or Parents and Citizens group, you could apply for a grant to address local road safety issues.
Since 2013, Community Road Safety Grants have provided over $14 million in grants for road safety education, learner driver mentor programs for young drivers, bicycle and child restraint education, resources and training, fatigue and safer senior initiatives.
Visit the www.tmr.qld.gov.au/roadsafetygrants pages to find out more.
Apply for a Community Road Safety Grant today! Your idea could be the next one funded.
Applications for the 2019 grant program open on 5 May 2019 and close midnight 7 June 2019.