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Public Works Transportation For Residents Road Safety Strategic Plan

Road Safety Strategic Plan

Did you know? On Peel's Regional roads...

  • More than 75 percent of all traffic collisions happen at intersections
  • 5p.m. is the time of day with the highest number of collisions
  • Rear end collisions are the most common type
  • There were approximately 5,900 reported collisions in 2014

Safety on our roads is paramount. That's why the Region initiated the Transportation Safety Strategic and Operational Plan (TSSOP). Long name, but what that means is we're working with stakeholders and partners to develop a plan to continually improve road safety. We want to see a reduction in collisions that cause injuries and death.
The project includes two major parts:

  • Develop a long term safety plan; and,
  • Review and develop safety-supporting policies and guidelines.

You too can have your say:

Share your thoughts on road safety priorities by taking this short survey. Survey deadline is January 15, 2017.

Public Information Centres (PICs)

Join us at Public Information Centres (PICs) in January. You can attend these drop-in events from 2 to 9 p.m. to see our work, provide feedback, and chat with staff.

  • January 17, 2017: Caledon Community Complex
  • January 18, 2017: Bramalea City Centre (lower level in front of Hudson's Bay)
  • January 19, 2017: Erin Mills Town Centre (lower level centre court)

Please provide feedback on what types of collisions, driver behaviour, and road elements we should focus on to improve road safety or what you think of photo radar and red light cameras.

Provide us your email if you would like to be kept aware.

Revised: Friday December 23 2016


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