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Queensland Road Safety Week 2019 Now in its fifth year, Queensland Road Safety Week (QRSW) 2019 was held from 26 to 30 August 2019. QRSW continues to grow each year and more than 500 events were held across the state to encourage local communities to engage with road safety in a variety of ways. Read more Community news Providing a better future for our rural commuters The Queensland Government community road safety grant program is proud to be supporting the Julia Creek Bike Safety Track. Read more Community news Holding hands to prevent accidents at home One child per week in Australia is injured in a low speed accident, and it’s almost always by a relative or friend at home. Read more Community news Ride to school and stay on track! Thanks to a Queensland Government community road safety grant, the Moreton Bay Ramp Up scheme has designed a program which teaches primary school aged children about road rules, safety and equipment. Read more Community news Volunteers drive program for disadvantaged youth The Queensland Government was pleased to support Braking the Cycle to deliver a learner driver mentor program. Read more Community news New road safety grants for community groups Schools, community groups and councils around the state will have access to funding through the Community Road Safety Grants program to improve road safety in their local area. Read more Community news Toowoomba puts the brakes on drink driving Thanks to Join the Drive and Toowoomba Liquor Industry Action Group, party goers now have an easy, safe way to get home on a Saturday night. Read more about Toowoomba puts the brakes on drink driving Read more Community news New Australians given a helping hand to get on the road Join the Drive and Mackay Regional Council are working together to assist 25 migrants to obtain Australian driver licences. Read more Community news Moreton Bay – turning road safety ideas into actions Moreton Bay Regional Council is turning its road safety ideas into actions with the help of two Join the Drive Community Road Safety Grants. Read more Community news Rocky learners get on the road to employment PCYC Rockhampton are using a Join the Drive Community Road Safety Grant to help young, unemployed single parents gain their driver licence. Read more Community news Cape crusaders save tired drivers Thanks to a Join the Drive Community Road Safety Grant, travellers on the Peninsular Development Road between Cairns and Cape York now have a safe place to rest, refresh and revive. Read more Community news Keeping your most precious cargo safe Kidsafe Queensland has used a Join the Drive community road safety grant to spread the word about the correct use of child restraints. Read more Community news
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