New Line Marking to Improve Safety on Cudlee Creek Road at the Fox Creek Road Junction, Cudlee Creek
Six-monthly registration is now available for boats under seven metres.
Primary schools have until 22 September 2017 to register for the 2018 Way2Go bike education program
To improve road safety in rural areas across the State, speed limits will be reduced from 110 or 100 km/h to 80 km/h on the approach at fourteen level crossings.
A new shared use bridge for cyclists and pedestrians has been completed, improving access and safety as part of the $160 million O-Bahn City Access Project.
Changes to the conditional registration scheme for Historic, Left Hand Drive and Street Rod vehicles start from 1 July 2017
Adelaide’s crucial Oaklands Crossing project will proceed following agreement between the Commonwealth and South Australian governments along with the local council.
Digitise selected passes and licences with the mySA GOV app
Get your walking shoes on this Friday, 19 May 2017, for National Walk Safely to School Day.
To demonstrate the safety benefits of newer cars, ANCAP (Australasian New Car Assessment Program) crash tested a 2015 Toyota Corolla with a 1998 Toyota Corolla. The test found that the driver of the older Corolla would likely have died as a result of the 64km/h collision, whereas the driver of the newer Corolla — which has a five-star safety rating — would have sustained minor injuries.
This week marks both National Road Safety Week and the fourth UN Global Road Safety Week, putting the spotlight on road safety, with a focus on addressing the dangers of speed.
Train services have resumed following closures to make way for important works on the $238m Torrens Rail Junction Project.
Adelaide Metro will run extra services on Anzac Day, Tuesday 25 April, to help get passengers to and from the city for the Dawn Service and Anzac Day Commemorative March.
On Thursday 20 April 2017, our department will once again celebrate the industry-wide mental health initiative Rail R U OK?Day.
For the first time this Easter, holidaymakers returning to Adelaide from the Yorke Peninsula and Mid North were able to use real-time data to choose the quickest route home.
Motorbike riders will be allowed to 'lane filter' on SA roads from 15 April 2017 following changes to the road rules intended to align SA’s laws to those in other States.
Transfers between Adelaide Airport’s terminal and long-term carpark are set to go driverless with the $2.8 million trial of a driverless shuttle.
More footy fans will have access to free public transport this year with new and expanded MAC Footy Express services announced for the 2017 season
Drug drivers will face an automatic loss of licence under tough new drug-driving laws to be introduced to Parliament.
A new safety campaign has launched to send a powerful reminder to drivers to slow down and play their part in keeping our road crews safe.
Three teams have been awarded the D3 Digital Challenge Launch Pad Award – a $15,000 grant to turn their idea into a prototype to encourage kids to travel actively and safely to and from school.
Children across South Australia are heading back to school and drivers are reminded to slow down to 25 km/h and to take care around schools and school buses.
Getting to the Royal Show is easy with Adelaide Metro.
During TruckWeek, 29 August – 4 September 2016, we want to take the opportunity to remind all road users to be aware and take care around heavy vehicles on the road.
DPTI has launched an online survey seeking feedback on the newly-released draft Railway Crossing Safety Strategy.
Visitors to South Australia are being better equipped to stay safe on the roads with the launch of a new video series.
Road Safety Minister Peter Malinauskas has announced that European ECE 22.05 standard helmets are now legal to be worn by motorcyclists in South Australia.
Road Safety Minister Peter Malinauskas has announced that ECE 22.05 standard helmets will soon be able to be worn by motorcyclists in South Australia.
The Motor Accident Commission’s (MAC) latest road safety campaign, It’s Time – to stop drug driving, targets drug drivers with a hard hitting message about the dangers of driving while impaired.
The Northern Expressway point-to-point safety cameras will be activated on Friday (5 February)
Two new Ministers have been sworn in to State Cabinet, including Peter Malinauskas, who has been appointed Minister for Road Safety.
The South Eastern Freeway point-to-point safety cameras will be activated next Tuesday (15 December).
The State Government and Bike SA are partnering to deliver an expanded Way2Go Bike Ed program to educate children about bicycle and road safety.
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has introduced a permanent 80 km/h speed limit on Swanport Bridge.
DPTI has announced that EzyReg Account customers will be able to apply online for a short-term unregistered vehicle permit (UV permit).
Vehicles heading away from the city wanting to turn right onto Sudholz Road will be required to use the new signalised T-junction on Blacks Road.
Changes to road rules setting a minimum distance for overtaking cyclists and allowing all age cycling on footpaths have taken effect.
More than $3.9 million has been invested in regional road safety improvements in the past year.
More than $8 million will be invested from the State’s Black Spot Program after 14 new road projects were identified for funding.
A Koala crossing, new guardrail, rumble strips and roadside hazard removal are just a few of the road safety initiatives funded by the 2015/2016 Responsive Road Safety Program.
New rules that encourage all road users to better share the road and reduce the number of accidents between cyclists and motorists will come into effect on October 25.
Choosing to wear a seatbelt can be difference between life and death – for you and your passengers.
Truck drivers who flout speed limits and fail to use a low gear on the South Eastern Freeway will face tougher penalties, including imprisonment, under laws being drafted by the State Government.
If you are getting back on your motorbike after a lengthy break, you may be surprised at how much has changed!
World renowned speakers from around the world will headline Australia’s first ever driverless car conference on November 5 and 6. The conference program has been released and registrations are now open.
The Sturt Highway will become the fourth stretch of South Australian road made safer with the point-to-point safety cameras to be activated next Monday
More than 40 percent of used cars have scored excellent or good rating in this year’s Used Car Safety Rating Guide.
Community groups and organisations can apply by Sunday 13 September for road safety grants to encourage safer, greener and more active travel.
The Way2Go Bike Ed initiative continues to go from strength to strength with participation numbers growing to 5000 primary school students from 60 schools across the state.
Major works are underway on the $896 million upgrade of the Torrens Road to River Torrens section of the North-South Corridor.
It is one year since changes to the Graduated Licensing Scheme were introduced and the majority of young drivers are following the new rules.
Almost 30 travel time signs have been activated on key arterial roads today giving motorists and truck drivers real time information on traffic flows on these roads.
The first on-road trials of driverless cars in the Southern Hemisphere will be undertaken in Adelaide’s southern suburbs in November.
Construction has begun on an $11.3 million upgrade of the inner city ring route to ease congestion and cater for an expected increase in traffic during construction of the Torrens to Torrens project.
Changes to cycling laws endorsing bike riding on footpaths and minimum overtaking distances will be drafted by the State Government following public consultation.
A new website, On the Right Track, has been launched to provide culturally appropriate information for Aboriginal people about road safety and driver licensing.
The first minor construction works are underway for the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands Main Access Road Upgrade Project.
Car drivers aged 75 and older who do not have a pre-existing medical condition will now only need to complete a self-assessment form to determine their fitness to drive
Real-time alerts about emergency situations – as well as day-to-day disruptions such as roadworks – will be close at hand with a new website and app being launched by the State Government.
Construction of the first new South Eastern Freeway interchange in almost 20 years has begun.
New laws have come into effect today targeting rogue truck drivers.
A section of Main South Road on the Fleurieu Peninsula will be one of the first projects to benefit from an extra $70 million for road maintenance in the 2015-2016 State Budget.
A large section of the Tod Highway will benefit from an extra $40 million investment in road safety measures in this year’s State Budget.
A large section of the Riddoch Highway will benefit from an extra $40 million investment in road safety measures in this year’s State Budget.
Three roads in the Mid North and Yorke Peninsula will benefit from an extra $110 million for road maintenance and road safety in the 2015-2016 State Budget.
New Line Marking to Improve Safety on Cudlee Creek Road at the Fox Creek Road Junction, Cudlee Creek
A driver licensing program for Aboriginal people living on the APY and MT Lands is now live on Facebook.
The State government is encouraging motorcyclists to choose motorcycles fitted with anti-lock braking (ABS) technology that could significantly improve their safety.
An investigation using 20 years of crash data shows a 27.4 per cent drop in casualty crashes on regional roads where the speed limit was reduced from 110 km/h to 100 km/h.
A unique raised platform at the junction of Rundle Street and The Parade West in Kent Town has been completed.
Parents are urged to teach children road awareness on Walk Safely to School Day.
Road safety compliance and education will be the focus of an operation today that will see the State Government measure and enforce compliance within the heavy vehicle transport industry.
Listen to the ABC’s segment on our crews that maintain the state’s iconic outback tracks.
Do you want to expand the range of alcohol offences that require an alcohol interlock device to be fitted to a driver’s vehicle?
Residents of the Adelaide City council area are doing their bit to reduce congestion, pollution, petrol costs, and improve road safety as well as their own health and wellbeing, just by taking part in TravelSMART.
Find out about road closures and public transport detours, and choose a safe spot to watch the action during the Tour Down Under.
Almost half of all bike crashes happen at intersections, says the Motor Accident Commission.
A Community Information Session on Sat 25 Oct follows the recent industry forum aimed at improving heavy vehicle safety on the South Eastern Freeway.
All road users are reminded to take extra care on our roads in coming weeks, with a significant increase of heavy vehicles expected during grain and grape harvests.
The $2.3 million works to upgrade the Karoonda Highway between Karoonda and Kulde have begun.
Changes to the speed limit on the South Eastern Freeway have begun along with other new road rules.
A change to safety standards for heavy trailers will be adopted in South Australia from 1 July 2014.
New reflective cycling clothing is both stylish and safe to wear at night.
More than 1,000 South Australians made the road safety pledge.
A new website for safer neighbourhoods and people friendly streets.
This national campaign calls on road users to promise to drive safely.
DPTI's Stars on Cars program has won an International Road Safety Award.
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South Australia is set to record its second lowest road toll on record as 2011 draws to a close.
Speed limit reductions on 45 rural road sections within a 100 kilometre radius of Adelaide and on Yorke Peninsula have been announced as a key initiative in driving down the State's road toll.
Road Safety Minister, Tom Kenyon has flagged five new initiatives aimed at further reducing the overrepresentation of young drivers in the road toll in a discussion paper out today for public comment.
Traffic lights will be upgraded at the intersection of South Road and Sir Donald Bradman Drive.
Safety will soon be improved at the Angle Vale Road intersection with Curtis Road and McGee Road at Penfield Gardens.