Coordinated by BrakeWaka Kotahi

Road Safety Week activities 2020

Over 950 schools, kindergartens, companies, community groups and road safety professionals registered to take part in Road Safety Week 2020 by holding awareness-raising events in their communities.

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Take a look at more photos from Road Safety Week activities on our Facebook page.

Bridge1 250The Auckland Harbour Bridge Vector Lights, along with other icons around the country, shone yellow throughout Road Safety Week to raise awareness of road safety. Find out more.

Brake held a memorial event in Orewa on Sunday 15 November to mark the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, to remember those affected by crashes and to thank the emergency services who work to save lives on roads.

Abley1 250Abley, with the Australasian College of Road Safety, held a free seminar for road safety professionals on creating safer urban environments.

Brake and NESA held a Step Up for Road Safety Walk in Auckland to raise awareness of road safety.

Churchill Park School, in partnership with Auckland Transport, held a Play Street for its students.

Drive West had a road safety site at Agfest in Greymouth to disseminate information about road safety.

Glenbrae School held a Go Yellow mufti day with students and staff wearing yellow to raise awareness.

Manurewa Intermediate School held an interactive drama session, a Wheels Day, and will be giving spot prizes to safe and active travellers during the week.

Road Safety Southland went into kindergartens to share simple road safety messages such as 'Make it click' and 'If it's wheels it's a helmet"

RoyalOak 250Royal Oak Intermediate school held activities throughout the week, finishing with a school assembly on road safety on the Friday. Some students also created a road safety video to share with other their peers.

Taupo District Council ran the 'Ungiven Gifts' campaign, with ungiven gifts installed along Heuheu Street, each one representing someone who was killed on Taupo District roads in 2019.

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and LEARNZ ran a virtual field trip for students to learn more about sustainable and active modes of travel. Find out more.

 

 

 

 

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