If road trauma has impacted you, the Road Safety Commission wants to hear your story

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September 13, 2019

The Road Safety Commission (RSC) has launched Stories for Generation 2050 – a new strategic initiative which aims to capture the difficult experiences people have faced today and in the past.

By 2050 RSC hopes that all death and injuries on our roads will be 'a thing of the past'. To help reach that goal, they would like to hear your stories, experiences or thoughts about road trauma.

Your stories will be placed into a time capsule, which will be opened in the year 2050.

The stories will educate and showcase how far our community will have advanced by the year 2050, with improved roads and new technology in the vehicles we drive.

Whether you are someone who has experienced a car crash, a vulnerable road user (cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists), a medic whose been at the scene of an accident or an advocate for road safety – RSC want to share your story with others in hopes to achieve the goal of zero deaths and injuries on our roads.

This project is the first of its kind in Western Australia and you are encouraged to participate.

To share your story, please visit the RSC website (external link) or email storiesforgeneration2050@rsc.wa.gov.au.