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Marc Gibbons Jun 14
Great meeting & presentations last night at Durham Active Transportation. Attitudes towards road safety are changing and hopefully lead to results. Plus, a cool name tag!
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Melissa May 29
Out with other dedicated partners to support the launch of . Working together to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on Durham roads.
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Durham Region CC May 29
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Marc Gibbons Nov 29
So far this month, 11 people have died or have been seriously injured as a result of collisions in , 4 of them were pedestrians. Of the 7 fatalities, 3 of them died in the Township of – all on Island road.
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Durham Region CC May 29
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Marc Gibbons Nov 15
month so far in : Nov 1: 19-year-old sustained life-threatening injuries in Whitby Nov 6: 65-year-old critically injured in Oshawa Nov 13: 45-year-old seriously injured in Whitby Nov 14: 19-year-old killed at Simcoe & Conlin
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Durham Regional Police May 29
Durham Region Chair John Henry and DRPS Deputy Chief Todd Rollauer help launch today in Whitby, a community-wide road safety strategic action plan.
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Durham Regional Police May 30
Durham Region has a bold new strategy for keeping residents safe on our roadways. Durham Vision Zero is a multi-year, multi-agency strategy with the ultimate goal of eliminating all roadway deaths and injuries. Join the conversation by using the hashtag .
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Heads Up! Durham May 29
Proud to be part of this team! Vision: Zero people killed or injured across all modes of transportation. Our community will drive our success. Let’s get started!!
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Kaya Kathir May 30
Sweet Jesus, a girl walking west along rossland road towards Ravenscroft. Side walk looks perfectly fine,but hey why walk on side walk when you can use the road? 🙄
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Marc Gibbons Dec 9
New streetlights are popping up. Beyond the energy savings, they have a great feature: they actually work! @ Port…
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Kaya Kathir May 29
Lastnight I found the person infront me didn’t have his lights on. I flashed the lights ‘n no luck. I pulled up next to him @ signal roll down the window & told him that his lights aren’t on. He barked” so!?!”
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Region of Durham Jun 13
Wondering how cyclists 🚴‍♂️ and pedestrians 🚶‍♀️ should use a roundabout in ? Watch our video to find out!
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GTHA Transit Information May 22
RT Durham_Transit "RT RegionofDurham: Diamond-marked lanes in the TownOfAjax and CityOfPickering aren’t carpool lanes; they’re bus lanes. Learn more: . "
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Kaya Kathir May 29
Learned abt road safety & Picked up a few things @ DHQ Learn abt Durham Vision Zero at
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Durham Health May 29
The Durham Vision Zero Strategic Road Safety Action Plan launched this morning. is working in partnership with & to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries caused by road collisions.
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Region of Durham Jun 11
Drive safe, slow down and be alert! It's up to everyone—drivers, pedestrians and cyclists—to stay safe on . Be aware of those you share the road with, and make sure everyone gets home safely. For road safety tips, visit .
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Dehart & Stauffer May 21
RT Roundabouts in are designed to maximize safety, minimize delay, and reduce emissions and fuel consumption. Learn more: .
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HealthyFamilies Oct 5
Are you or someone in your family under 22? Check out the new penalties
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Marc Gibbons Nov 30
40 km/h residential. Money to be made here in . All day, every day. No consequences. @ Port Perry, Ontario
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