As the United Nations remembers Global Traffic Victims - Spare a thought for the 1200 Australians killed last year
United Nations Rememberance for Traffic VictimsSpare a moment to remember the 1200 Australians who have lost their lives over the past year and then show that we stand in solidarity with their loved ones
Old Parliament House lit in yellow for 2014 #NRSW SARAH sincerely thanks the ACT Government for its amazing support of Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week
Moving video by RACQ for 2014 Launch of Yellow Ribbon Road Safety Week RACQ's promotion of those who are vulnerable, was outstanding, especially those who assist and protect our community.
Joint Media Release "Remember the 1200" Hon Darren Chester MP and Peter Frazer SARAH ask Australians to "Remember the 1200"
SARAH thanks Queensland MotorwaysQueensland Motorways light Brisbane's iconic Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges in Yellow for 2014 Road Safety Week
Our Commitment to Road Safety is No Accident!
2015 Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week - "DRIVE So Others Survive!"
Along with our normal commitment to protecting vulnerable road users, and especially our emergency and first call personnel, Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week will also support the United Nations’ 2015 theme of “Children and Road Safety”.
Join our efforts to support the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration http://www.who.int/roadsafety/week/2015/en/
PLEDGE to "Drive So Others Survive!"
The #DriveSOS campaign asks drivers and riders to:
Share the road responsibly, Actively commit to safeguarding the lives and health of all road users (including pedestrians);
Protect vulnerable road users, especially those who work on our roads to assist and protect us;
By taking the pledge you not only commit to making our roads safer not you honour those who have been killed or injured and stand in solidarity with their families, friends and communities.
Show your Support for SARAH!
Do you want to support the Road Safety work of Safer Australian Roads And Highways (SARAH) Inc? Want to buy Yellow Ribbons or Stickers but can't find them in the local area? - Click here to have them delivered to your door.
With next year's Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week (3 to 10 May 2015) coinciding with the 2015 UN Global Road Safety Week, we are hoping that all Australians will be actively ensuring the safety of vulnerable road users.
Make a difference to some else's life and "DRIVE So Others Survive!"