Toronto police and city officials are launching a program to try and keep kids safer when heading to and from school.
The “Slow Down Toronto” campaign runs from March 19 through April 1. The goal of this initiative is to target offences that can lead to pedestrian accidents resulting in death or serious injury. Police will be coming down strong on speeding, distracted driving, and aggressive driving. The campaign will especially focus on school zones.
The latest pedestrian safety initiative is part of Toronto’s plan to reduce pedestrian injuries and fatalities.
Other safety features that will be implemented around Toronto include:
- new school zone safety signs with flashing beacons
- school zone pavement stencils
- “watch your speed” driver feedback signs
So far in 2018, there have been 14 pedestrian deaths on Toronto city streets
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