As part of the Local Government Road Safety Program, Mosman Council’s Road Safety Officer provides educational campaigns to help reduce crashes and casualties on our local roads.
Below are some of the current projects and road safety information.
Road safety education programs include:
- Speeding – on local Mosman streets
- Drinking Driving
- Senior Driver Workshop
- Senior Pedestrian Seminars
- Safety Around Schools Program
- Children’s Pedestrian Safety
- Child Car Seat Fitting
- Road Rule Awareness
- Workshops for Parents and Supervisors of Learner Drivers
|No Stopping: Vehicles must not stop in a No Stopping area for any length of time – No stopping means no stopping. Dropping off or picking up passengers is not permitted in these areas. A continuous yellow edge line also indicates a No Stopping zone. Fine: exceeds $268 ($344 and 2 demerit points in a school zone).|
|Unbroken yellow kerb line: An unbroken yellow kerb line is a no stopping line and therefore the same rules apply as for No Stopping sign. Drivers must not stop for any reason other than a medical or similar emergency. Fine: exceeds $268 ($344 and 2 demerit points in a school zone).|
|No Parking: Vehicles may stop in a No Parking area to pick up or drop off goods or passengers provided drivers stay within three meters of their vehicle and are not parked in the No Parking zone for longer than two minutes. Fine: exceeds $191 and 2 demerit points (in a school zone).|
|Bus Zones: Must be kept clear at all times. Vehicles that are parked and stopped in bus zones create problems for bus drivers pulling into and out of these bays. Buses forced to double park and manoeuvre through inadequate space is extremely dangerous. It is illegal to stop in a bus zone for any period of time. Fine: exceeds $344 and 2 demerit points (in a school zone).|
|Driveways: Be conscious of where you park your car, do not park across, blocking or partly blocking a driveway. Think of others and the residents of the house you are blocking need emergency access at all times. Fine: exceeds $114.|
|Centre for Road Safety: Stay up to date with current road safety campaigns, statistics and road rules via the Centre for Road Safety website.|
- Specific risk factors for older drivers
- NSW Older Driver Assessment
- Available assessment options
- Preparing for life after driving
- Answering the most common questions regarding roundabouts, intersections, confusing road rules and vehicle technology.
Contact Council’s Road Safety Officer on 99784032 to register for the next seminar.
Currently the child car seat checking project has been postponed and is being revamped. Please check back here for updates or contact us via our contact page if you require more information.
Safety ratings for child car seats are now available from seats that have been safety tested in a crash. These ratings help consumers make the safest choice when it comes to child car seats, showing consumers the correct car seat that is the safest for their child and how to get it fitted and adjusted correctly to the car seat. You can view the ratings here.
If you require your car seat to be fitted or checked, please use an authorised fitter. You can find a list of authorised fitting stations on the Centre for Road Safety website.
The 6 week Slow Down Trial and survey have now been completed and results are being assessed.