Helping make South Australian roads safer
Whether you’re a motorist, motorcyclist, pedestrian, cyclist or public transport user, RAA’s here to help. If you have a question you’d like us to answer or have spotted a problem you’d like us to investigate, just contact our road safety team.
Have a question for RAA’s road safety team? Email us or call 8202 4517.
For more tips and advice:
- read the latest from our road safety experts in samove – the RAA magazine
- check out our fact sheets on common road safety issues
- see answers to frequently asked road safety questions
Report a road
Have you spotted a road that’s dangerous or frustrating? Let RAA’s road safety team know and we’ll investigate the issue for you.
Our road safety team drives thousands of kilometres across the state each year, assessing the quality of our roads and highways. Guided by feedback from members, our experts look at everything from overtaking lanes and crumbling edges to roadside hazards and freight routes. We use this information to lobby governments to make improvements.
Road safety audits are a formal assessment of the safety of a road or location, and RAA’s qualified road safety auditors conduct periodic audits based on the concerns of members.
RAA also submit an annual nomination for funding into the state black spot program, and periodically assess sinking service pit covers on major arterial roads.
Our Risky Roads surveys call for all road users – motorists, cyclists and pedestrians – to identify roads or intersections they find confusing, difficult to negotiate, or that feel unsafe.
The results help us lobby the state government and road authorities for much-needed improvements.
Check out the results of our 2021 Risky Roads survey.
Our Risky Rides surveys asks people to nominate South Australia’s riskiest on-road and off-road cycling infrastructure. We then use the results to advocate for improvements.
Check out the results of our 2022 Risky Rides survey, as well as previous reports.
See what we've been advocating for
RAA proudly represents our members and the South Australian community on issues affecting our state.
To see what we’ve been advocating for:
Road safety tips
Find out more in sa move, the RAA magazine.
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