Community Road Safety Grants Program

What is Community Road Safety Grants Program?

The VicRoads Community Road Safety Grants Program is an initiative which aims to empower local communities to prevent and reduce the number of lives lost and serious injuries on Victoria’s roads.


VicRoads CRSGP has been developed to assist communities in preventing and reducing these adverse effects of road trauma. This is done through the notion of shared responsibility, engaging all road users and communities to be active in this space.

The outcomes targeted by this program are:

  • Local communities who embrace shared responsibility towards road safety.
  • Local communities who are educated in best practice road safety behaviours.
  • Local communities who demonstrate best practice road safety behaviours.



The Community Road Safety Grants Program provides up to $1.5 million in funding for community road safety education programs to help Victoria on its journey Towards Zero.


Eligible Projects

VicRoads have several programs available as part of this grant program. Each program has allocated funding amounts.

Programs include:

Safer Pedestrians:

  • Safe to School
  • Safer Scooter, Wiser Wheelchair
  • Motorised Mobility Devices
  • Wise Walker, Wiser Traveller

Safer Drivers & Passengers:

  • Fatigue Presentation
  • Fleet Safety, Safer Driver Policy
  • Looking After Our Mates
  • Road Safety for New Arrivals
  • Safe Drive
  • Wiser Driver

Safer Cyclists:

  • Bike Ed Training
  • Bike Ed Challenge
  • Maintenance and Equipment for Bike Ed Bikes and Trailers

Road Signage:

  • Banners
  • Speed Advisory Messages/Variable Message Signs
  • Mobile Billboards

Local Road Safety Interventions

  • Safer Cyclists Intervention
  • Safer Drivers and Passengers Intervention
  • Safer Motorcyclists Intervention
  • Safer Pedestrians Intervention


Eligible Applicants

To be funded under our Community Road Safety Grant Program, you must represent an organisation that is:
  • incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) or the Associations Incorporations Reform Act 2012 (Vic) and have a current Australian Business Number (ABN) (or have proof you have applied for one) that is not for a commercial entity or individuals; or
  • a Local Government Authority.

If your organisation does not meet the above criteria you must nominate an eligible auspice organisation to apply for a grant. Auspice organisations must meet the above criteria; and can include local councils.



Applications close 10 March 2020.


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