The City of Stirling's Road Safety Advisory Group assists the Council in developing strategies, plans and public education campaigns to improve road safety.

Role of the group

The City of Stirling's Road Safety Advisory Group is a means of communication and interaction with the community, and deals with:

  • Road safety
  • Raising awareness of road safety issues and initiatives
  • Facilitating development and implementation of road safety programs.

The intention and purpose of the group is to:

  • Encourage and promote safer use of roads
  • Address existing and potential road safety issues using appropriate strategies
  • Engage and foster community involvement in traffic safety matters.


The working group consists of:

  • Four community members
  • Representatives from RoadWise, Main Roads WA, WA Police and the RAC
  • Up to four Councillors
  • Various City Officers.

The term of membership is two years from 1 November to 31 October, in line with Council elections.

Terms of reference

For more information about the working group, download the Road Safety Advisory Group, which includes:

  • Definitions
  • Aims and objectives
  • Membership
  • Meetings
  • Minutes
  • Tenure of appointment.

2018 Meeting Dates

4 July 2018

5 September 2018

7 November 2018