CARRS-Q is often asked to help with community road safety and injury prevention programs. The following resources have been collated to help community groups develop, implement and evaluate their projects.
Resources have been provided on the understanding that they are to be used for information and guidance purposes only, and are not to be reproduced or re-branded by other organisations.
This guide is designed to help you develop and operate Learner Driver Mentor Programs (LDMPs). These programs help learner drivers who have difficulty complying with the graduated driver licensing (GDL) system, which requires them to obtain a particular number of hours of supervised on-road driving experience in order to graduate from their learner license to their provisional licence.
Should you wish to apply for funding to develop and operate an LDMP, please refer to Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads, Community Road Safety Grants page for more information.
- Literature review and key elements of a best practice program.
- Schools’ guide: How to select providers of road safety education programs for senior school students.
- Guide to evaluating road safety education programs for young adults.
- Student driver education materials for Years 11 and 12.
- Information on the Safe School Travel Program (SafeST).
- School environment safety guidelines.
- Guide to the management of rural school bus routes and bus stops.