About Singapore Road Safety Council

The Singapore Road Safety Council (SRSC) was set up on 9 December 2009 by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), supported by the Ministry of Transport (MOT), Land Transport Authority (LTA) and other road safety-related stakeholders.

The Council is self-funded through sponsorships and donations, and is registered as an official entity with the Registry of Societies (ROS). The Council is also granted ‘Charity’ and ‘Institutions of Public Character (IPC)’ status for purposes of managing the sponsorship funds and donations.

Welcome to our Publication segment

Welcome to our Publication segment.

In this segment, you can view our Annual Report, Road Safety Advisories as well as Road Safety Campaign Posters.

"Road Safety for All" Art Competition

Calling all art enthusiasts! Do you want to do your part to keep Singapore's roads safe for everyone?

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Singapore Road Safety Awards (SRSA)

The Singapore Road Safety Council (SRSC) is an organisation set up to promote road safety awareness in Singapore.

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Ms Saváge Series

Learn valuable tips on road safety and how you should behave on the road.

Episode 1: Pedestrian Road Safety

Episode 2: Motorist Road Safety

Episode 3: Cyclist Road Safety


Objectives of the Council:

1) Foster closer cooperation among local authorities and agencies for a holistic approach in all road accident prevention activities, particularly through campaigns, training and public education;

2) Serve as the official body for Singapore to engage with other international road safety councils and programmes in contribution to global road safety outcomes; and

3) Serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas on matters pertaining to road safety.


“Mr Zebra” Road Safety Animation