Keeping our streets safe
Sydney is becoming a safer place to drive. Data from Roads and Maritime Services shows that the number of vehicle accidents in the City of Sydney has been decreasing each year.
We work closely with state authorities to continue reducing road accidents, and the scope of our work extends far beyond peak hour in central Sydney with campaigns to make our streets safer for children.
Our campaigns aim to make roads in the the local area safer for pedestrians.
Our road safety officers work through our connecting schools program to support school principals and parent groups to address concerns around access and road safety.
The number of motorcycle and scooter riders in Sydney is growing and their increasing popularity means accidents are also on the rise.
Take extra care around school zones during pick-up and drop-off times as children can be unpredictable and hard to spot.
Parents can have their child restraints fitted and checked for free in an exclusive City of Sydney program. And if you're supervising a learner driver come along to a free workshop for practical advice.
Last updated: Thursday, 3 December 2015