Stick to safe speeds


Stirling Mayor Giovanni Italiano, Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey and Connor Pope with one of the bin stickers.
Stirling Mayor Giovanni Italiano, Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey and Connor Pope with one of the bin stickers.

Stirling Mayor Giovanni Italiano said 73 per cent of participants in the first campaign thought the stickers were a valuable way to encourage slower speeds on their street.

“The bin stickers are only displayed one day a week on the street in an effort to reduce the chance that motorists will become accustomed to their presence,” Cr Italiano said. “Targeted locations were widely spread throughout the City, especially on roads that have received a number of complaints, including near schools and recreation facilities.”

The ‘please slow down, consider our kids’ bin stickers are available from:

-City of Stirling Administration;

-City of Stirling Depot;

-Dianella Library;

-Inglewood Library;

-Karrinyup Library;

-Mirrabooka Library;

-Osborne Library;

-Scarborough Library;

-Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre;

-Leisurepark Balga;

-Herb Graham Recreation Centre