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Safety on our streets has been a growing concern for Canadians in the past few years. That is why RSA Insurance is committed to exploring a new way to promote harmony on our streets with this exciting initiative, TruceTO.

Want to get involved in making our streets safer? Find out how you can take a pledge to better share our streets.

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Torontonians acknowledge need to change behaviour to improve road safety

Road rage in Toronto continues to worsen at an unprecedented rate, with over 85% of GTA road users who walk, drive or cycle all agreeing that it’s a serious problem, according to a TruceTO survey commissioned by RSA Canada.

When it comes to making the effort to change behaviour to improve these conditions, only 4% of Torontonians indicated a desire to change their road behaviour, even though the latter is a clearly identified source of stress which ultimately leads to anxiety and poorer decisions made on the streets.

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TruceTO is about one simple notion: Every one of us uses the street. We just need to get better at sharing.