Road Safety

What is Road 2 Zero?

The Road 2 Zero Road Safety Strategy builds on Council’s previous strategy and links with the Victorian Government's awareness campaign 'arrive alive 2008-2017'. It outlines ways that we can work together to change attitudes and behaviours to improve road safety and active transport in our community.

Council’s aim is to have a greater than 30% reduction of serious and fatal road crashes, and to reduce the severity of serious injury crashes by 2018.
As a community we can reduce serious injuries from road crashes and spare many families the grief of suffering the loss or serious injury of a loved one on our roads.

Council's current four year Action Plan is aligned with the overall objectives of "Road 2 Zero‟. This Action Plan will be reviewed annually.

Road 2 Zero Action Plan (PDF, 875KB)
Road 2 Zero Strategy(PDF, 15MB)

The above files are in .pdf format.  If you need more information contact the Engineering Department on 9747 7200.

Reducing road trauma 

In order to achieve this, there is a need to change certain attitudes and behaviours, and to deliver improved road safety and active transport options. A strong partnership between the community, road safety partners and Council will reinforce and help implement these goals.

Crime Stoppers Hoon Hotline

Residents are encouraged to contact the Crime Stoppers Hoon Hotline on 1800 333 000 to report drivers performing dangerous, reckless or anti-social behaviour on our roads. Crime Stoppers Hoon Line is a free call from a standard telephone and a local call from a mobile phone. You are not required to leave your personal details and may remain anonymous.

The aim of the hotline is to make roads safer and reduce road trauma.

What to Report - Residents are encouraged to report any dangerous or careless driving including:

  • excessive speeding
  • street racing or drifting
  • burn outs or fish tailing
  • revving of engines causing excessive noise or smoke
  • screeching brakes and skidding

Make sure you have the following information available:

  • description of the hooning activity
  • location, for example street name and suburb of where the hooning is occurring
  • description of the car including make, model, colour, people in/driving vehicle
  • registration number
  • if the hooning is a regular occurrence, make sure you note the days and time of this behaviour