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StreetPeace | The Frontline: How attitudes need to change on the road

Welcome to StreetPeace, a two-episode series exploring the increasing incidence of serious injuries and fatalities on the streets of Toronto, and the work needed to make our streets safer for everyone. In this inaugural episode, host Ken Evans is joined by Donna Ince, Senior Vice President, Personal Insurance, RSA Canada; Kristyn Wong-Tam, Toronto City Councillor, Ward 27; and Nancy Smith Lea, Director of the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) to discuss the road safety issues plaguing the city of Toronto, the role that behaviour and education play in reducing tragic incidents on the road, and how initiatives like TruceTO and #BuildTheVisionTO are taking different approaches with the same goal of reducing the number of serious injuries and fatalities on our streets.

Street Peace

Stay in the know about safety on our city streets

It’s important to stay in the know when it comes to staying safe on our streets. After all, our streets have changed a lot over the years.

Test your knowledge of street sharing practices with our street safety quiz.

Keep your little ones safe when they head back to school with these road safety tips.

Learn how you can share the street with other users in this handbook created by the Ministry of Transportation.

Learn more about safe cycling in Toronto in this cyclist handbook developed by CycleTO.

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

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Have your say about making our streets safer

You can help us spread the word about the importance of safety on our streets, and the role every single one of us has to play in bringing harmony to our streets. Connect with us on Twitter and Facebook and start spreading the word to your family and friends using #TruceTO.

Stay up to date with the latest on all things TruceTO:

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Get started now! Here are some sample messages you can send today:

Pre-event: I’m hoping to bring #harmony to the streets of #Toronto! Join me at King & Spadina on Saturday, June 2 between 10am-2pm. I hope to see you! #TruceTO

Join me in starting a movement to make streets safer for all. Tweet #TruceTO and #pledge to create harmony on the GTA #streets.✌️

Making our streets safer involves everyone. You can help me by signing the #TruceTO pledge to bring #peace to the streets. ✍️

Do you feel safe on Toronto’s streets when #walking, #biking or #driving? I’m taking a pledge to make Toronto’s streets safer. Join in at #TruceTO

Pre-event: Our streets are for everyone, but to me it doesn’t always feel that way. Join me at King & Spadina between 10:00am-2:00pm on Saturday, June 2 to pledge to make Toronto’s streets safer! I hope to see you there! #TruceTO Share

Safer streets are possible in Toronto! To get more info or to join me in taking the #TruceTO pledge, go to #TruceTO Share

As a Torontonian, I’ve seen and heard people talk about street safety and how it has become a growing concern for everyone. I want you to join me as I make a push to harmonize GTA’s streets by changing perceptions and attitudes. Find out how you can help me by visiting #TruceTO Share

You, me and everyone in the city have a part to play whe

Get in Touch

For more information about the TruceTO campaign, please contact [email protected].

Check out our current press release about the TruceTO campaign on our news page.

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