Community road safety grants
Think of what your community group could achieve with a grant. Applications will open in early 2019, so start researching and planning now.
Don’t take it for granted
Do you have an idea to improve road safety in your local community? You can make it a reality by applying for a Community Road Safety Grant. The Department of Transport and Main Roads is offering two types of grants for community groups:
- Community Road Safety Project Grants for short term, small scale road safety projects (up to, or over $20,000); and
- Community Road Safety Program Grants funding for up to three years for not-for-profit organisations to provide road safety education and support to pre-learner and novice drivers.
Make your idea reality
If you are part of a not-for-profit organisation, community group, local government or Parents and Citizens group, you could apply for a grant to address local road safety issues.
Since 2015, Community Road Safety Grants have provided over $11 million in grants for road safety education, learner driver mentor programs for young drivers, bicycle and child restraint education, resources and training and heavy vehicle fatigue initiatives.
Visit the Queensland Government Road Safety Grants pages to find out more.
Apply for a Community Road Safety Grant today! Your idea could be the next one funded.
Applications will open in early 2019.