Register early for the IPWEA National Conference in Canberra 21-25 August 2011. This is a Parliament sitting week so accommodation fills fast.
A report commissioned late last year has suggested various recommendations to make high-speed roads safer for...
In July 2012 the Australian Bicycle Council and Austroads published Cycling on Higher Speed Roads . It is available...
A major line marking trial in Victoria is improving lane visibility in road-work zones.
By Cyndi Tebbel...
The redevelopment of the La Perouse Headland in Randwick City Council, Sydney required special consideration...
I am trying to find information regarding the possible relationship of street lighting to road safety, particulary regarding very small isolated curves.
I have a stiuation in a rural...
Our Road safety Officer embraced FFF & posted an advertisement & information on our internal intranet at Wyong Shire Council.
I don't think I actually signed up this year but I have previously.
As a cyclist who sees so much poor driver behaviour, these days I personally try to keep every Friday fatality free.
Gosford City Council took on Fatality Free Friday with a strong internal promotion by holding a morning tea to sign the pledge poster with the GM and Mayor present to 'cut the cake'.
I'm very curious as to how many councils, consultants or organisations associated with IPWEA have taken on Fatality Free Friday (today 31/5/13).
What sort of funding has been allocated with the Strategy or is it unfunded?
Practice Notes 1-4 Condition Assessment and Asset Performance Guidelines (Sample Contents)