Aviva employee exploring whether those with ‘22q’ are safer on the road
Could A Driver With ‘22q’ A Genetic Condition Be Considered Safer Than The Average Person Behind the Wheel?Read more
Making streets safer in Hubbards, Nova Scotia
In the Village of Hubbards, Nova Scotia, Community Members Feel Like They’re Taking Their Lives Into Their Hands Every Time They Head Out For a Walk
Road safety measures in India mirror Canadian initiatives
What do Covid-19 and Road Safety have in Common? They Hit the Most Vulnerable People the Hardest, Particularly in Developing Countries
COVID Traffic Patterns Mean Drivers Need to Be Alert in New Ways
As municipalities introduce changes to roadways in the wake of COVID-19, drivers are encouraged to stay alert and adjust their habits.
Out of tragedy the Humboldt community found strength
According to Transport Canada 400 fatal crashes a year in Canada involve heavy vehicles like semi-trucks.
Safer roads by slowing down drivers
When you drive around Montreal and Toronto, you'll notice lower speed limits
Could icy roads be a thing of the past?
Conductive concrete could revolutionize the way snow covered and icy roads are cleared
Innovative pop-up solutions to road safety issues
8 80 Cities demonstrates safer streets with a human centred design.
Traffic lights for pedestrians – on the ground?
Changing intersection design to accommodate for habitual smartphone users.
A clever and simple way to save a cyclist’s life
Have you heard about the Dutch Reach?
Cross Safe Flag program raises flags
Davisville Village parents in Toronto rallied together and launched a new Cross Safe Flag Program. The goal? To make kids more visible to drivers while they’re crossing the street.