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October is Pedestrian Safety Month

Stay aware when driving or walking

Over 50% of collisions between pedestrians and cars happen when drivers are making turns at intersections and pedestrians are crossing with the right-of-way.

Let’s work together to stay safe while sharing the road.
When you’re walking:

When you’re driving:

The Region of Peel is making infrastructure changes to improve pedestrian safety as part of the Vision Zero Road Safety Strategic Plan.

These changes include:

To learn more and to test your pedestrian safety IQ, visit Pedestrian safety and follow #PedestrianSafetyPeel. To report a transportation safety issue, call 311.

The Region of Peel has partnered with these organizations to bring you Pedestrian Safety Month: