Victoria's road authorities want your help to shape their next road safety strategy.
A public survey launched this week by the state government will give motorists a chance to contribute their views on the survey, which will help develop next year's Towards Zero Strategy and Action Plan.
It comes after the government wrapped up its series of eight Towards Zero regional road safety forums, which sought the insights, ideas and experiences of regional Victorians.
A forum held in Portland in August covered a number of key themes, including safe speeds and driver behaviour, the need for more enforcement, road user education and training, road condition and maintenance, the use of technology, and flexible safety barriers.
The state-wide survey will help road authorities further understand how the community use and view the states road network, and how it can be made safer.
Minister for Roads, Road Safety and TAC Jaala Pulford said the ideas and insights of Victorians were central to the next road safety strategy.
"We all have a role to play in creating safer roads," she said.
"I encourage all Victorians to share their thoughts by filling out the survey - your insights are vital in creating safer roads, reducing injury and saving lives."
The survey is open until October 31.
At the conclusion of the survey, the findings will be made public.
You can have your say here.
211 people have died on the state's roads this year, up more than 32 per cent from the year before.
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