We are committed to improving road safety and to help our local area to be recognised as a place which provides a safe travel environment for all users.

The Northern Beaches Road Safety Plan 2019-2024 vision is ‘Safe Movement Always’ and is based on four elements – safe roads, safe speeds, safe vehicles and safe people.

Our Council Road Safety team are committed to promoting, educating and raising community awareness on road safety issues in our community.

We we work closely with Roads & Maritime Service and Transport for NSW - Centre for Road Safety to implement their awareness campaigns.

Contact our team phone 8495 5014 or email Road Safety. For other road issues please contact Council.

Road rules

Whether you drive a vehicle, ride a bicycle or walk, it is everyone's responsibility to know the road rules and to keep our roads and paths safe.

School road safety

As a community, we want to keep our children safe especially at times and places where they’re in high numbers.

Learner and young drivers

Information for young drivers and those learning to drive, including information on our workshops to help learner drivers become safer drivers.

Bicycle safety

Rules and tips on riding a bicycle on our roads and paths

Driver safety

The number one cause of crashes on the Northern Beaches is speeding and it’s costing more than lives. Speed-related fatalities cost the community ...

Motorcycle safety

Motorcycle riders are more exposed and risk serious injury if they are in a crash. See our tips and resource links to reduce risks for a safer ride.

Pedestrian safety

More than 1,500 pedestrians are struck across NSW each year and we want to drive that number down towards zero.

Seniors road safety

Older drivers are at risk. Find out about licensing, workshops and resources to help be a safer driver or see some other transport options.

Drink and drug driving

We want to educate drivers to stop putting themselves and others at risk by getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol or using drugs.