WALGA’s RoadWise is the Local Government and Community Road Safety Program for WA and works with communities to take action to reduce road trauma, supporting and contributing to the implementation of Towards Zero, the road safety strategy for WA 2008-2020.
RoadWise is guided by the safe system approach to road safety and has a team of people servicing all areas of the state, supported by a central team that work on developing and administering the Program.
For more than 20 years, RoadWise has worked in collaboration with communities and road safety partners to identify and address local road safety issues. There are now more than 5570 individuals involved in the RoadWise community road safety network in WA, representing more than 1500 different organisations and groups, and reaching across all regions of the state. This network is involved in the planning, development and implementation of a wide range of projects, initiatives and actions tailored to address road safety issues in their own communities.
RoadWise is supported by Local Government and is funded by the WA State Government through the Road Trauma Trust Account and the State Road Funds to Local Government Agreement.
On street, metered parking is available in West Leederville
Public Transportation Options
Train: West Leederville, Leederville and City West train stations within walking distance. Bus: Green CAT bus stops at Leederville station. East and west bound Transperth bus service on Cambridge street.
- State Wide
- Whole Community
- Transport Safety
- Road Trauma