RBT means you need a plan B. -
RBT means you need a plan B.
Safe driving - speed cameras help reduce fatalities -
Safe driving - speed cameras help reduce fatalities

Burwood Council's Road Safety Officer is committed to endorsing the NSW Centre for Road Safety's Ride to Live campaign to get to the heart of what keeps motorcyclists safe: making good decisions.

The campaign gives riders useful information about the risks they face on the road and how they can best manage them. The campaign was developed with support from the Motor Accidents Authority and advice from the main motorcycling bodies in NSW.

The campaign includes ads on TV, radio, billboards, online and on buses, as well as YouTube videos.

In Burwood in 2014, 8% of all accidents on our roads involved a motorcyclist. Council's road safety officer has the following resources available.

Riders are also encouraged to visit the Ride to Live website to test their skills, plan their ride from a list of NSW rides.

If you wish to obtain information regarding Motor Cycle safety contact Council's Road Safety Officer on 9911 9974 or email

Events are planned which focus on motorcycle safety, to find out what's coming up, contact Council 9911 9974

**Some information has been adapted from Transport for NSW