Road safety gets yellow light

Road safety gets yellow light

Road Safety Week starts on Monday.

Logan City Council will shine a light on road safety next week as part of a nationwide campaign to reduce the number of fatal accidents on our roads

The Logan City Council Administration Centre in Wembley Road will be illuminated in bright yellow light on Friday, May 10, in recognition of National Road Safety Week.

National Road Safety Week, which runs from May 6-12, is a public awareness campaign aimed at changing driver attitudes towards road safety.

On Saturday May 11, Logan cyclists and motorbike riders will also be able to participate in community rides.

An event to promote cycle safety will be held at the Logan Mega Centre Coffee Club foyer from 8am, while motorcyclists will gather at Canungra, opposite BJ Smith Park, also from 8am. Participants are encouraged to wear yellow.

Local drivers can also “take the pledge” on the Australian Road Safety Foundation website at

Drivers who make the pledge to Choose Road Safety are promising to:

  • Always be fit to drive
  • Stay focused on the road
  • Scan the road ahead
  • Keep a safe distance
  • Drive to suit the conditions

Logan City Council participates in Road Safety Week in conjunction with the Department of Transport and Main Roads and the Queensland Police Service.

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