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Here’s what people are saying

"Improving our road safety in Toronto is urgent and important for the health, safety and well-being of all our residents and communities. We are seeing a devastating rise in road violence across the City. I have been proud to champion the fast-tracking Vision Zero, the City's plan to prevent pedestrian deaths and improve road safety. We need decisive, meaningful and immediate action to protect vulnerable road users, such as pedestrians, cyclists and children, along with the creation of more inclusive and accessible sidewalks and roadways for all road users. Thank you to TruceTO for all your advocacy work in promoting safe streets and healthy communities."

- Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 27 Councillor

Kristyn Wong-Tam

Our Story

The Cause

Safety on our streets has been a growing concern for Canadians in the past few years. Incidents are on the rise and as an automobile insurer, RSA Insurance is committed to exploring new ways to promote street safety. One of the ways we are demonstrating this is with this exciting initiative, TruceTO.

Introducing... TruceTO

Unlike other organizations, we are tackling this issue from a unique perspective by positioning ourselves as one of many mediators between pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and drivers to boost harmony on our streets.

We are piloting this initiative in Toronto, with plans to expand across the country in other large cities.

Safe, Secure World

From experience we know that individual choices can create a safer, secure world for all. So, we are taking action today to keep people safe in their daily lives, especially on the street.

Why are we doing this?

RSA is one of Canada’s leading property and casualty insurers and our purpose is to Make Life Better Together.

For more than 150 years in Canada, we’ve been providing our customers with peace of mind by helping them get back on their feet when they needed us the most.  From fires, flooding and everything in between, we’ve been there right with them.

TruceTO is an extension of this commitment. Every one of us uses the street. We just need to get better at sharing.