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About the grants

The Department of Transport and Main Roads offers funding to community groups for community projects and programs that work to address road safety issues in support of the strategic objectives set out within the Queensland Road Safety Strategy 2015-2021 and associated Action Plan.

The Community Road Safety Grants aim to:

  • Provide opportunities for community organisations to support local road safety initiatives that have a road safety and educational benefit
  • Drive a fundamental culture change and attitude to road safety in local communities
  • Encourage innovation of new ideas to address current and future local road safety issues

Applications for Round 6—2017 grants are now closed

Notification of grant recipients

Successful grant recipients have been announced.

Applicants will be notified by phone and email—you can also view the status of your application in the online portal.

Successful applications

If your application is successful please do not buy any items prior to your Deed of Agreement being finalised—if purchased before the deed is finalised, these items will not be covered by the Community Road Safety Grant.

Unsuccessful applications

If your application is unsuccessful you can apply for a review of a decision through the online portal within 28 days of being notified. Feedback on your application can be arranged by emailing the team within 28 days of being notified.

Further help

If you need assistance please email the team at

2018 grants

Applications for 2018 Community Roads Safety Grants are expected to open in early 2018.

Forms and resources

To assist with your application and managing your grant, read:

Forms for successful applicants rounds 1—5

Email: if you need help completing these forms.



Last updated
12 October 2017