The Andrews Labor Government is boosting safety at King David School in Armadale, installing electronic speed signs outside the school.

We’re investing in these new speed signs to boost safety for the hundreds of kids, parents and teachers that travel in this busy area every day. These new electronic signs will go a long way in keeping our kids safe and improving safety near King David School.”

Member for Southern Metropolitan Region Phil Dalidakis

The $180,000 investment will replace the static signs and make it easier for drivers to slow down through school zones at pick up and drop off to keep kids safe.

Member for Southern Metropolitan Region Phil Dalidakis has announced that works will soon get underway to install these new speed signs. The signs will highlight the speed limit during school times to help address safety concerns of the school community for students, families and teachers.

More than 66,000 vehicles travel through this section of Princes Highway every day.

These safety upgrades are being delivered under the Labor Government’s $5 million school road safety package, aimed at improving high‐risk roads near local schools.

This road safety package was announced in the Victorian Budget 2018/19 and delivers upgrades, crossing improvements and electronic speed limit signs across Victorian school zones.