Road Safety

Motorcycle Crash Card

The motorcycle Crash Card is a small card that motorcyclists and their passengers can carry in their helmets. The card provides emergency service personnel with the rider’s personal information saving valuable time and assisting with treatment, especially if the rider is either unconscious or unable to communicate. Find out more.

Motorcycle Road Safety Tips

Road safety tips for motorcyclists and drivers. Find out more.

Pennant Hills CBD - 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area (HPAA) and Public Domain Improvements

Council, in partnership with Transport for NSW, have introduced 40km/h speed limits throughout the Pennant Hills town centre. Find out more.

Shared Zone

A Shared Zone is a road or network of roads where the road space is shared safely by vehicles and pedestrians. Find out more.

Child Car Seat Voucher Program

Hornsby Shire Council runs a child car seat safety check voucher program for residents and rate payers. Find out more

New 40km/h Road Rule

A new road rule is now in place in NSW requiring motorists to slow down to 40km/h when passing stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue or red flashing lights. Find out more

New Drug and Drink Driving Penalties

New penalties and licence sanctions have come into force for drink driving offences, and for the offence of driving with the presence of an illicit drug. Find out more

Caught on Camera! Penalties now apply

Drivers caught on camera illegally using their mobile phone will be issued fines and demerit points.

The NSW Government’s world-first mobile phone detection cameras have been operating in warning mode since 1 December 2019, but drivers caught doing the wrong thing will now cop a $344 fine and five demerit points.

Minister for Roads Andrew Constance said 9 million vehicles had been checked by the cameras during the three-month warning period, with more than 30,000 warning letters issued to offending drivers.

Teaching your Learner Driver

As young people approach driving age it is important they and their parents or carers are aware of what is ahead as a learner driver and how they achieve the 120 supervised driving hours in their logbook. Find out more.