Towards Zero - Have your say on road safety in the NT

Consultation has concluded

The Northern Territory Government is seeking input for the development of a new Road Safety Action Plan for the Territory.

The plan will set new a direction for how the unacceptably high number of deaths and serious injuries on our roads can be reduced and change how we all think about being safer road users.

A discussion paper and a summary document have been prepared to guide feedback and to start the conversation about road safety by examining the causes of our significant road safety problems in the Northern Territory and proposing priority areas for action.

We would like your views and ideas, including about the following key priority areas:

  • alcohol and drugs
  • seatbelts and child restraints
  • speed and driving to the conditions
  • road and roadsides
  • vulnerable road users (Indigenous people, young drivers and motorcyclists).

How you can have your say

Online

Complete the short survey below. If you do, you could win an iPad Pro.

In person

Register your expression of interest to attend a forum near you.

Via email

Any submissions can be emailed to roadsafety@nt.gov.au

What will happen when feedback has been collected

All responses will be kept strictly confidential and individual responses will not be identified or singled out.

All comments and information received will be collated and a report prepared for Government consideration.

Closing date for feedback is 30 June 2017.

The Northern Territory Government is seeking input for the development of a new Road Safety Action Plan for the Territory.

The plan will set new a direction for how the unacceptably high number of deaths and serious injuries on our roads can be reduced and change how we all think about being safer road users.

A discussion paper and a summary document have been prepared to guide feedback and to start the conversation about road safety by examining the causes of our significant road safety problems in the Northern Territory and proposing priority areas for action.

We would like your views and ideas, including about the following key priority areas:

  • alcohol and drugs
  • seatbelts and child restraints
  • speed and driving to the conditions
  • road and roadsides
  • vulnerable road users (Indigenous people, young drivers and motorcyclists).

How you can have your say

Online

Complete the short survey below. If you do, you could win an iPad Pro.

In person

Register your expression of interest to attend a forum near you.

Via email

Any submissions can be emailed to roadsafety@nt.gov.au

What will happen when feedback has been collected

All responses will be kept strictly confidential and individual responses will not be identified or singled out.

All comments and information received will be collated and a report prepared for Government consideration.

Closing date for feedback is 30 June 2017.

  • Towards Zero Road Safety Survey

    The Northern Territory Government is seeking your input to develop a new Road Safety Action Plan to help keep people safe on Territory roads.

    Closing date for feedback is 30 June 2017.

    For background information on the Key Priority action areas please read the Towards Zero detailed Discussion Paper and summary document.

    Required response (*)

    The Northern Territory Government is seeking your input to develop a new Road Safety Action Plan to help keep people safe on Territory roads.

    Closing date for feedback is 30 June 2017.

    For background information on the Key Priority action areas please read the Towards Zero detailed Discussion Paper and summary document.

    Required response (*)

    Consultation has concluded