Join us in our campaign to raise awareness, to prevent deaths and injuries on our roads and to raise funds to support those impacted by road trauma. #shinealightonroadsafety
National Road Safety Week is taking place on 15-22 November 2020, and we will be shining a light on road safety during the week.
Turn on your headlights on Friday 20 November, to show your support for road safety.
Iconic Victorian landmarks will be illuminated in yellow during the week including:
- AAMI Park
- Box Hill Town Hall, Whitehorse City Council
- Melbourne Town Hall, City of Melbourne
- Royal Exhibition Building
- Melbourne Star Observation Wheel (Friday only)
- Frankston Arts Centre
- Sound Tube, Transurban
- Victorian Road Trauma Memorial in Geelong (Monday only), Transport Accident Commission (TAC)
This week is a reminder of the importance of safety for all our road users - because everyone has the right to get home safe.
Donate or fundraise your own way
Donate, buy a pin or create your own fundraiser - get active with a personal challenge, donate a celebration, or honour a loved one - there are lots of ways you can make a meaningful and lasting difference.
- 3,000+ people impacted by road trauma received vital support when they needed it most
- 7,500+ high risk-drivers participated in our powerful road safety programs
- 4+ million people see Shine a Light on Road Safety
You can help make our road safer
Shine a Light on Road Safety aims to bring people together to raise awareness, to prevent deaths and injuries on our roads and to raise funds to support those impacted by road trauma. We all want safer roads so let's continue to shine the light.
The walk has been cancelled for 2020, given the current government and health guidelines.
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