The WA Government and the WA Police Force are committed to improving road safety. The use of speed and red-light cameras is a part of the WA Police contribution to the WA Governments 'Towards Zero' road safety strategy.
The Road Safety Commission website provides crash statistics and reviews for metropolitan and regional Western Australia.
You will initially receive either a Traffic Infringement Notice (Individual) or an On The Spot Notice.
The Road Safety Commission website provides road rules and penalty information for Western Australia.
Traffic offences in Western Australia including; drink driving, drug driving, speeding, unlicensed drivers and the consequences of committing those offences.
If you are involved in, or witness, a traffic accident and there is danger, serious injuries or life-threatening concerns, telephone 000.
The Children's Crossing and Road Safety Committee (Applications) provides a consultative and decision-making forum for reviewing applications requesting children's crossings within Western Australia.
The Traffic Warden State Management Unit manages all traffic warden-controlled children's crossing facilities in Western Australia.
Factors causing crashes include alcohol, drugs, using mobile phones while driving, fatigue and not stopping at red lights.
Access information and advice about vehicle impounds including impound periods, qualifying offences and Road Traffic Act information.
If you are involved in a crash, you must stop and assist those who are injured.
Information about events, road closures, parades and police escorts
Last updated: Mar 12, 2018