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Cst Clint Stibbe ^cs, Sgt Brett Moore ^bm, & Sgt Alex Crews ^ac are Traffic Operations MRO's.This account is not monitored 24/7.Call 911 in an emergency.
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PEO Erin Urquhart 4h
Good afternoon . Great day for some riding ☀️ been working overtime like a maniac so excuse my reduced presence on SM but I’ll have some content to share with you all later from my patrols of the . 🚲Stay tuned 🤓 & stay cool today ! 😂
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Danielle Bottineau 5h
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TPS Traffic Operations 5h
26 fatal collisions so far this year,this is unacceptable.Every1 must realize the circle of life for road users begins & ends with drivers. Drivers - what r u doing 2 make the commute for pedestrians and cyclists safer???
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TPS Traffic Operations 8h
approximately 6 trucks taken out of service so far today,not a good start.
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Scott Matthews May 21
Last week a colleague stopped a vehicle for running an amber light. When speaking to the driver she noticed four children either improperly restrained or not restrained at all. He left with several tickets. Don’t put kids in risk due to your ignorance.
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TPS Traffic Operations May 18
Thought I would send this out again in support of and conversations about distracted driving. Can you be looking and not see something? ^bm
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TPS Traffic Operations May 18
Distraction involves much more than a cell phone or hand held device. Distractions include: adjusting radio, talking to passengers, eating. Anything that shifts your focus from driving is a distraction ^bm
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TPS Traffic Operations May 18
Distractions take your eyes off the road. In 5 seconds at 90km/hr you will travel the length of a football field. Lots will happen in that time. Put the phone down and eliminate distractions ^bm
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TPS Traffic Operations May 17
is about bringing attention to several of the leading factors that contribute to people being killed or seriously injured on our roads. has provided some research about these factors ^bm.
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Barbara McLean May 17
The 6ix is a diverse city - fact. The goal - to be the most inclusive. It begins with respect and understanding. Homophobia and transphobia are not welcome here. and I speak up - today and every day. Be the change you want to see.
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TPS Traffic Operations May 17
Don’t underestimate the impact of exhaustion. If you are nodding off or veering off the road, you are impaired. Don’t drive drowsy ^bm
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Scott Matthews May 17
Research by the shows that some 26% of all fatal and injury crashes are estimated to be related to fatigued driving.
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Scott Matthews May 16
Fact: Alcohol acts as a depressant and slows down the central nervous system, leading to delayed reaction times and impaired hand-eye coordination, judgment and concentration – skills that are vital for a motorist.
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TPS Traffic Operations May 16
- Impaired Driving facts from . Drinking and Driving is a choice - If you suspect a drunk driver call 911 ^bm
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TPS Traffic Operations May 16
- Alcohol and Drug Impaired Driving is not worth the risk. Help keep our roads safe and call 911 if you suspect an impaired driver ^bm
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Jaye Robinson May 15
We've worked hard at City Hall throughout the continuous implementation of Vision Zero, but we wouldn't be where we are today without the collaboration of this dynamic group of stakeholders.
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The OACP May 15
Want to download our new booklet? Click here --->
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Jaye Robinson May 15
Seniors Safety Zones are a priority for the City. It was great to speak with members of both and the Toronto Seniors Forum.
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TPS Traffic Operations May 15
Good data is what helps make good decisions. Consider data that migh not seem connected to collision reduction is something that should be encouraged - sensus data to determine all kinds of information about road users, community polls, school catchment, etc ^bm
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Sgt. Brian Smith May 14
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, I don't think we need that many to make a difference! Drivers - SLOW DOWN!!!!!!!
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