Dozens of demonstrators held a die-in in front of city hall Monday evening, hoping it would send the mayor and city council members a message.
Meetings are being held across the city to share views and opinions on road safety in Toronto.
With harsh winter weather fast approaching, the Ministry of Transportation Ontario want drivers to take appropriate precautions before heading out on the roads.
“The responsibility is everyone’s. The goal is safer roads,” Perruzza said.
The TTC released that the projected ridership is expected to increase to 503 million next year. At the end of 2010 there were 477 million rides, up from a projected 462 million rides. With these figures wouldn’t it be fair to understand that transportation at all levels is going to increase?
Drivers across the GTA are now looking over their shoulder before reaching for that ringing cellphone thanks to a new law that took effect on Oct. 26.
Toronto cycling advocates launched a new campaign to focus on the positive interactions between cyclists and motorists.
Sarah Kirkpatrick found out the hard way the dangers of driving and using a cellphone at the same time. “I was trying to text and this lady in front of me stopped, and I didn’t look up in time,” Kirkpatrick, 23, said. “I rear-ended her.”