Key facts

Key facts and information about the Road Safety Authority in Ireland – our history, people, organisation, budget, and more.

Who are we?

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is Ireland’s primary road safety organisation and an official statutory body. Its mission is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on Irish roads and make them safer for all users

History

The RSA was formed in September 2006 following the passing of the Road Safety Authority Act 2006.

Board & senior management

  • Chairperson – Liz O'Donnell
  • CEO – Moyagh Murdock
  • Standards & Enforcement Director – Denise Barry 
  • Driver Testing & Licensing Director – Declan Naughton
  • Road Safety, Research & Driver Education Director– Michael Rowland
  • Corporate Services Director – Simon Buckley (Acting Director)

Strategy

Our strategy is to deliver major improvements in road safety by effectively mobilising internal resources and working with external stakeholders.

Careers

We have 309 full-time staff. We are an equal opportunities employer and actively support the continuous professional development of our employees.

Head office

Road Safety Authority
Moy Valley Business Park
Primrose Hill
Ballina
Co Mayo

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