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“We’ve got to change behaviour. We’ve got people in the city — drivers, pedestrians and cyclists — just not paying 100 per cent attention to what they’re doing and it’s resulting in people being killed,” – Supt. Scott Baptist, unit commander of traffic services.1
Pedestrian safety has been a hot topic in the Greater Toronto Area. Already in 2018 there has been a Toronto Police Service campaign to increase awareness after a spate of fatal accidents. So how can drivers and pedestrians work together to avoid these terrible collisions? Here are some tips:
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