Now in their thirteenth year, the awards will recognise and honour the contribution made by individuals, groups and communities from all over Ireland in reducing serious injuries and deaths on our roads.
Explore RSA’s latest events related to road safety and services for road users, business owners and educators.View all events
The Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims was first held in 1993 in the United Kingdom and organised since then by non-governmental organizations in a number of countries. It was created to give recognition to victims of road traffic crashes and for their loved ones.
Here are some of our latest campaigns, with resources to download for use with your students and other audiences.View all
Seat belts campaign by the Road Safety Authority (RSA). What do you think will happen? Collaboration with GPA and WGPA. Remembrance ribbon. Videos, social media
Crashed Lives Drink Driving campaign by the RSA. For Ciaran. TV ads, radio ad, video. Ciaran Treacy.Facts about drink driving. Morning after TV ad, radio ad.
Mobile phone campaigns by the Road Safety Authority (RSA). Mobile phone use while driving. Facts. Anatomy of a split second. Distracted driving. Don’t look back.
Road safety campaign aimed at making motorists aware of older pedestrians to help reduce the number of fatalities and serious injuries among this age group.
Anti-speeding campaign by the Road Safety Authority (RSA). Facts about speeding and breaking speed limit. Slow Down. TV ad, Radio ad. Cathy Davey song.
Motorcycle safety campaigns by the RSA. Ease off the throttle. Signs. Motorcyclist invisibility. Dangerous manoeuvres. Bike safe programme. TV ad, radio ad.
Cyclists campaign by the Road Safety Authority (RSA). Cycling safely. Facts. Sharing the road with cyclists. Cycle safe, cycle smart. Vulnerable cyclists.
Anti-drug driving campaign by the Road Safety Authority (RSA). Facts. Garda drug testing. TV ad, radio ad. Consequences.Prescription and over the counter drugs.
Road safety campaign urging road users to act responsibly and safely when using the roads
Reminding learner and novice drivers that a lower penalty point threshold applies to them
Research has told us that on average in 14 deaths each year, tyres were a contributory factor in the crash that killed the people involved.
Severe weather campaigns from the Road Safety Authority (RSA). Teresa Mannion. Be Winter-Ready. TV ads. Radio ads. Severe weather safety advice.
Anti-drink driving campaign by the Road Safety Authority and the Gaelic Players Association.
Fatigue is the physical and mental impairment brought on by the lack of sleep. You become at risk of nodding off while driving and therefore increase your risk of being involved in a crash. You should never fight sleep at the wheel.
“Get This Season’s Killer Look”, is aimed at discouraging women from wearing their seatbelts under their arm, which can cause horrific injuries in the event of a collision.
Urging all drivers to park responsibly and not to park on footpaths or cycle lanes.
Raising awareness among male drivers that they are at increased risk on the roads
This campaign demonstrates when and how to change lanes correctly on a motorway.
Road safety campaign that demonstrates to drivers that the time they save when going over the speed limit by 10Km/h is minimal and not worth losing their licence or their life over.