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Sgt Brett Moore ^bm, & Sgt Alex Crews ^ac are Traffic Services MRO's.This account is not monitored 24/7.Call 911 in an emergency.
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TPS Traffic Services May 18
is here. If you are out driving, boating or on our trails leave drugs and alcohol out of the mix. Driving any motor vehicle after consuming drugs and or alcohol is selfish and dangerous. ^bm
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Giancarlo Marrelli May 15
Here with on talking traffic. Second interview of the day! Let’s keep rolling! Love the partnerships that we have!
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arrive alive DRIVE SOBER May 15
Thank you to our incredible partners who joined us at the launch of our 31st arrive alive DRIVE SOBER campaign! We could not do what we do without your support. Thank you for always driving sober and keeping our roads safe!
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
No better group to represent the Service. ^bm
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IT Business Canada May 17
With the long weekend upon us, has partnered up with to offer $5 Lyft coupons to any sober drivers who pass through RIDE checks. We spoke w/ reps from both organizations about what led to this.
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Deputy Peter Yuen May 17
Wishing everyone a happy and safe Victoria Day weekend! 🇨🇦
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TPS Marine Unit May 16
at the Kickoff to Sage Boating Event at Ontario Place and officer Ed Pangos looking pretty good in all his appropriate weather gear! Be prepared, have your cold weather gear on! Stay Safe
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Deputy Peter Yuen May 17
Distracted driving is not just about cell phones. GPS, Smartwatches, reading, eating, drinking, etc. all lead to driver inattention. Don’t be the driving force behind traffic collisions because you were distracted.
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Deputy Peter Yuen May 17
Checking a text for 5 seconds means that, at 90 km/h, you’ve travelled the length of a football field blindfolded! Don’t be the driving force behind traffic collisions because you were distracted.
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Sgt Kerry Schmidt May 16
Did you know the has been able solve several investigations before a provincial broadcast alert was sent out? This great technology helps make our communities safer👍
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
Looking around e-bikes are all around. Something else to consider but make no mistake Drivers of 2 tons vehicles have a way higher level of responsibility on our roads.^bm
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
campaigns are running. Question: Are features like this helping or contributing to ? Hands free is not free of distraction! Ram’s iPad-Size Touch Screen Emerges as Hottest Add-On in Trucks ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
Enforcement is one part towards safer roads. So is changing attitudes and behaviour of “not all drivers are equally motivated by enforcement and penalties, and other initiatives are needed to motivate safer driving habits” ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
What can happen in a few seconds when behind the wheel? says “Checking a text for 5 seconds means that, at 90 km/h, you’ve travelled the length of a football field blindfolded.” If you cause a crash sorry won’t really matter ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services May 17
The long weekend is here & many will be getting away. Perfect time to talk with Day 4 of and campaigns. Research is becoming clear, Distracted driving has caused more collisions than impaired drivers. ^bm
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Jamie Mauracher May 16
Today demonstrated how to get back on your boat if you are alone and fall in. It is mandatory to have a “reboarding” device such as that green rope.
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Anna Mierzejewski May 16
As we head into the long weekend and are reminding all road users to share the road and obey the law.
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Giancarlo Marrelli May 16
Long weekend launch with reminding everyone to have a safe Victoria weekend! If you travel either by car, boat, or motorcycle please and .
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TPS Traffic Services May 16
Personal floatation devices demonstrated. will mean many will be getting out on the water. Be safe and choose safety not risks this summer. ^bm
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TPS Traffic Services May 16
Long Weekend is almost here. Pls and when driving choose zero distractions and impairment ^bm
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