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Citizens’ Taskforce Events 2015 A Citizens' Taskforce made up of 25 randomly recruited Queenslanders was invited to consider if incentives could help improve driver safety, including for young people. Read more Road safety news What is CO-LAB? Young people are some of our most vulnerable road users. That’s why we’re working with them to develop road safety solutions. Together we can make the roads safer for everyone. Read more Road safety news ‘The Perfect Ride’ to combat motorcycle trauma Whether you’re a weekend rider, a commuter, or just sharing the road with motorcycles, there are a number of simple things we can all do to keep safe on the roads. Read more Road safety news Road safety survey aims to improve kid safety Calling all parents of children aged 3 to 9 years! CARRS-Q researchers need your help to complete an online survey which will contribute to a new road safety campaign. Read more Road safety news Nominations for Queensland Road Safety Awards now open If someone you know has been involved in activities designed to improve road safety on Queensland roads, why not recognise their efforts and nominate them for this year’s Queensland Road Safety Awards? Read more Road safety news Save Kids Lives with UN Global Road Safety Week The Third UN Global Road Safety Week focuses on improving road safety for children through the #‎SaveKidsLives campaign. Read more Road safety news QLD puts road safety on show Hundreds of Queenslanders had their say on road safety in our Join the Drive video booth. Check out what they had to say. Read more Road safety news New rules for easy riding Video: New rules make it easy for motorcyclists to get through slow moving traffic. Read more Road safety news Read more practical tips for staying safe For too long people have felt that road crashes happen to ‘other’ people. The fact is, crashes happen to everyday people doing everyday things. Read more Road safety news
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