Community Road Safety Fund

The Community Road Safety Fund was established by legislation in 2012 and came into effect in 2013. It ensures all fines from camera-detected speeding, red-light and mobile phone use offences are only used for road safety purposes. The NSW Government also provides additional funds to help deliver targeted road safety programs and reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries on our roads.

We're committed to working towards the goal of zero road deaths and serious injuries by 2050. The Community Road Safety Fund allows us to deliver our commitments in the Road Safety Action Plan 2026 and improve safety for our community.

Since the Fund started in 2013, more than 1,400 lives have been saved.


The Fund has delivered programs that are saving lives and preventing serious injuries, including:

The annual Road Safety Progress reports outline how money from the Community Road Safety Fund is spent each financial year.