Eyre Peninsula residents are being asked to share their views on the region’s road and transport network, via an RAA survey.
RAA will be conducting a full regional road assessment on the Eyre Peninsula later this year and is running the preliminary survey to get locals’ views on the region’s transport network.
The survey findings will then inform the focus of RAA’s investigation and discussions with local stakeholders.
RAA Senior Manager Safety and Infrastructure Charles Mountain said their road assessments helped to advocate for necessary infrastructure upgrades and improvements.
31 lives have been lost and 122 serious injuries suffered between 2017-2021 on roads in the Eyre Peninsula with more than half of crash casualties due to single vehicle run off road crashes.
Mountain says the overall aim of this year’s regional road assessment will be to identify what is needed to improve the Eyre Peninsula highway network.
The survey can be completed now here. It is open until 21 June.