SafeRoads4Logan is a partnership between Logan City Council, the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Police Service, Queensland Health and RACQ.

SafeRoads4Logan is designed to keep our roads, roadsides and road users safe. Its vision is about 'creating a city where everyone can travel in safety, respect the rights of others and behave responsibly'.

Portable speed advisory signs

Portable speed advisory signs are solar-powered radar signs that display your speed as you drive past. These signs are used at select locations as a road safety initiative to reduce speeding.

Motorists travelling at or below the speed limit will see a 'smiley face'. Motorists travelling over the speed limit will see a 'slow down' message.

The portable speed advisory signs are not used to issue fines and there is no camera photographing vehicles that go past.

Neighbouring councils already using portable signs have reported that drivers who see a 'slow down' message usually reduce their speed.

If you would like to suggest a new location for a portable speed advisory sign, please call us on 07 3412 3412.

Speeding is enforced by the Queensland Police. You can report reckless driving behaviour to:

  • call 13HOON Hotline – 134 666
  • call Policelink – 131 444
  • fill in the form on the Queensland Government’s Hoon website.

Patrick Pace Car

Patrick Pace Car is a one-of-a-kind car that helps drivers stick to the 40 km speed limit in school zones.

Patrick paces up and down at Logan schools to keep everyone safe. Remember, safety around schools is everyone's responsibility.

Download the Patrick Pace Car activity sheet Stop, Drop and Go (PDF 4384 KB).