Our Mullum office, depot, Byron Resource Recovery Centre and tip shop will be closed on Monday 2 October.For emergencies call the after-hours line 02 6622 7022 for anything else Report it online
We want to reduce the number of people getting hurt on our roads.
We are working with Transport for NSW, Police and other organisations to achieve zero road deaths and serious injuries by 2050. This is part of the National Road Safety Strategy 2021 - 2030.
Designing safer roads, reducing speed limits, and supporting road safety campaigns are some of the ways we are doing this. Read on to find out more.
We design new roads to minimise the risk and severity of incidents. Examples include:
For examples of these projects visit Council projects
Byron Bay to Suffolk Park cycleway
Murwillumbah Road raised pedestrian crossing outside St Johns School in Mullumbimby
Main Arm Road black spot improvements
Transport for NSW review and approve changes to speed limits. If you have concerns about vehicles speeding in your local area there are a few options:
Visit Safer Roads NSW - Have Your Say About Speed Cameras.
We use Vehicle Activated Speed signs (also known as a SAM or happy/sad face sign) to reduce speeding behaviour. The signs have proven to be very effective in the short term.
Use Report It to request road maintenance such as: