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Community road safety grants

The Queensland Government offers funding to community groups for projects and programs that address road safety issues in support of the Queensland Road Safety Strategy 2015–2021 strategic objectives and associated action plan.

The grants aim to:

  • provide opportunities for community organisations to deliver local road safety initiatives with a road safety and educational benefit
  • drive a fundamental culture change and attitude to road safety in local communities
  • encourage innovative new ideas that address current and future local road safety issues.

2018 Community Road Safety Grants

The Department of Transport and Main Roads would like to thank organisations for applying for the 2018 Community Road Safety Grants funding round.

All organisations have now been notified of the outcome of their applications. The Department congratulates you and is pleased to be able to support your project.

2019 Community Road Safety Grants

Applications for the 2019 Round of the grants will open in early 2019. Applications will be accepted via our online portal.

Who can apply for funding?

The Community Road Safety Grants are open to:

  • not-for-profit organisations or fixed trusts – limited by guarantee (registered as a charity)
  • incorporated organisations
  • local government entities
  • Queensland Police Service
  • Parents and Citizens’ (P&C) and Parents and Friends’ (P&F) Associations – in partnership with schools.

Previous grant recipients

The Department of Transport and Main Roads would like to thank organisations for their ongoing support of road safety. The Community Road Safety Grants scheme is an initiative of the Queensland Road Safety Action Plan 2017-2019 and a key element of the Queensland Government’s Join the Drive to Save Lives social change strategy. The Department of Transport and Main Roads is pleased to be able to support these organisations and their projects/programs.

View a full list of the Successful CRSG Grantees.