In addition to drivers and passengers, pedestrians are among the top three classes of road users that experience the most fatalities and injuries on Canadian roads. Between 2009 and 2013 alone, over 1,500 pedestrians were killed on and tens of thousands were seriously injured on Canadian roads. Many of these pedestrian-related injuries and fatalities could have been prevented.
This collection will allow you to learn more about the current state of pedestrian injuries and fatalities. It also provides solutions and measures on how to improve the state of pedestrian safety in communities across Canada.