Interlink Roads has been sponsoring Ian Luff's Drive to Survive® program to spread road safety messages since 2011.
Road safety is Interlink's most important priority. Interlink is responsible for about 150,000 motorists who use the M5 South-West motorway every day.
Interlink operates the M5 South-West Motorway, a 22 km motorway in Sydney's south-west, which runs from Prestons (M7 interchange) to Beverly Hills (King Georges Rd). The M5 South-West motorway is designed to deliver motorists safely to their destinations through a range of measures including:
- a road design in accordance with modern standards of safety
- unobstructed traffic flow with no traffic lights,
- an intelligent traffic management system including cameras that alerts the 24/7 traffic control centre team to any traffic issues,
- overhead signs that warn motorists about changed traffic conditions,
- an incident response team that works to clear traffic issues quickly, and
- around the clock maintenance response.
The Interlink Roads General Manager, Rex Wright, is a committed supporter of the Drive to Survive® program having seen both the down side of road crashes and the great work of Ian Luff and his team towards safer driving habits.
The simple, yet compelling, safe driving tips and principles delivered through the Drive to Survive® program help to increase driver awareness and improve behaviours to make the M5 South-West even safer.
We're proud to be delivering critical messages that can save lives through our support of Drive to Survive® says Rex Wright.
Interlink sponsors the Ian Luff Drive to Survive® program to educate drivers from their early days of learner training through their entire driving lifespan. We focus on high school students, customers of the M5 South-West, plus our staff and contractors.