What we do


The NSW Government has set an aspirational target of zero trauma on the transport network by 2050. It's committed to improving road safety and reducing lives lost and serious injuries through a range of initiatives.

Our 2026 Road Safety Action Plan includes targets to halve road deaths and reduce serious injuries by 30% by 2030.

These targets align with those set in the National Road Safety Strategy. The plan is based on the proven Safe System approach to road safety so that initiatives to deliver safer roads, speeds, people and vehicles work together to protect us.


    2026 Road Safety Action Plan

    The 2026 Road Safety Action Plan builds on the effective road safety initiatives delivered through the Road Safety Plan 2021. It is guided by the Future Transport Strategy.

    The plan will deliver on 5 priority areas:

    • Creating safer country roads and urban places
    • Enhancing road safety in local communities
    • Increasing the safety of light vehicles, heavy vehicles and protective equipment
    • Making safer choices on our roads
    • Ensuring the safety of vulnerable and other at-risk road users.

    NSW Automated Enforcement Strategy

    The NSW Automated Enforcement Strategy for road safety is the framework for how automated enforcement programs are managed in NSW.

    Enforcement cameras are proven to reduce road trauma and are used in all national and many international jurisdictions.

    The strategy builds on the success of the previous NSW Speed Camera Strategy and current NSW automated enforcement programs, including the world-first Mobile Phone Detection Camera Program introduced in 2020.

    The strategy outlines 5 key action areas:

    • Automated enforcement solutions
    • Enforcement locations
    • Communication and education
    • Ensuring fair enforcement
    • Research and evaluation.