Local communities can now get grants for small local projects, that make local roads safer, said Chris Whiting MP.
Community-based groups, schools and local governments can now apply for Round Six of the Queensland Government’s Community Road Safety Grants.
“If you get a Community Road Safety Grant, you can help make a real difference to the safety of pedestrians and road users,” Chris Whiting said.
“We need to do all we can to keep Queenslanders safe. Community-based projects run by community members are a great way to do this.
“Grants are valued up to $20,000 for short-term, small-scale road safety projects, such as road safety education programs,” said Chris Whiting.
Applications close 26 May 2017.
For more information on how to apply for a Community Road Safety Grant, go to www.tmr.qld.gov.au/roadsafetygrants