2026 Road Safety Action Plan
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Our long term vision
Road safety actions over decades have saved thousands of lives, but more can be done.
NSW has set a target of zero fatalities and serious injuries on our roads by 2056 as part of our Future Transport Strategy.
Road Safety Plan 2021 outlined proven initiatives to move NSW closer to our target of reducing road fatalities by 30 per cent from 2008–2010 levels by 2021.
Find out more about what we have delivered, and continue to roll-out as part of the current Plan.
Developing a new 2026 Road Safety Action Plan
We are now developing a new, five year action plan to build on the success of Road Safety Plan 2021. The Plan will include 2030 trauma reduction targets, which are the next step in moving towards our goal of zero trauma on NSW roads.
Our 2026 Plan will be based on the proven Safe Systems approach to road safety, so that initiatives to deliver safer roads, speeds, people and vehicles work together to keep us protected.
We need actions that address our trauma problem, based on what we know works here and overseas, as well as community feedback.
Have your say
Everyone uses roads – whether you’re driving, walking, cycling, motorcycling, or as a car, bus or light rail passenger.
We want to know what you think is important.
Consultation is open now and will close on 29 April 2021.
Complete the survey
Complete the survey to let us know your thoughts about the future of road safety and help us work Towards Zero.
Attend a local forum
We’re visiting locations around the state to share what we’ve learned about road safety, and to hear your thoughts about the possible new initiatives.
Register to participate in a local road safety forum with our team by selecting your nearest location below.
• Wagga Wagga – 13 April 2021
• Batemans Bay – 14 April 2021
• Blacktown – 15 April 2021
• Gosford – 20 April 2021
• Dubbo – 21 April 2021
• Tamworth – 22 April 2021
• Coffs Harbour – 27 April 2021
• Sydney City – 28 April 2021
We’re also conducting face-to-face consultations that will focus on the views of NSW Aboriginal communities commencing on 19th April and ending 30th April. If you are interested in attending one of these sessions please email us:
Attend the livestream
If you can’t attend one of our forums in person, register for our NSW livestream.
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