Don’t Mess With Bus is an exciting bus safety program for primary and secondary students. Whether you’re a pedestrian, pensioner, pavement-pounder, push bike rider or a passenger, there’s something everyone can learn from Don’t Mess With Bus.
If you’ve been using the train recently then you may already be aware of the Right Track Reward Card campaign. The campaign which launched earlier this month and runs until 4 July 2016, aims to reward young people for doing the right thing when they’re out on the rail network.
Have you recently got your driver’s licence? Do you regularly use the pedestrian crossings on the Transperth network? The Public Transport Authority is raising awareness among motorists and pedestrians about the importance of level crossing safety so if you answered yes to one or both of the questions above then keep on reading!
If you’re a regular follower of our blog then you may remember the Right Track Hip Hop events we ran as part of Community Safety Month towards the end of last year. The events were such a huge hit that we decided to bring them back for 2016! Transit Officer Lawrence Hoxey and his crew came down to the One Step Closer program in Armadale on Friday nights throughout April to deliver those important rail safety messages using hip hop, rap and different musical instruments. The youth got involved with rap battles and built a rapport with Lawrence which helps to break down those barriers between young people and Transit Officers out there on the network.
Youth at the One Step Closer program in Armadale learnt all about the differences between graffiti and urban art on Friday night at workshops organised by the Right Track program.
They were joined by Indigenous Artist Jade Dolman who focused on traditional art and PTA employee and Urban Artist Amer El-Abed who ran workshops with the youth using stencils to create art on Right Track branded t-shirts.