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Road Safety Mississauga developed an educational campaign to promote pedestrian safety in Mississauga (I Am Not a Target).  The second phase of the the campaign reminds drivers and pedestrians to be aware, especially in low-light conditions (Expect the Unexpected).

The campaign reminds residents to use their senses before and while they cross the street.

  1. Make eye contact with motorists
  2. Listen to what's around you
  3. Look left-right-left before crossing the street, and continue looking as you cross

Click on the link below to view and print the campaign posters!

Or, contact the Committee directly at: roadsafety.committee@mississauga.ca


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Pedestrian Safety
"Expect the Unexpected" - Driver's Perspective
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"Expect the Unexpected" - Pedestrian's Perspective
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"I cross at the corner"
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"I never run across the street through traffic to catch a bus"
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"I push the pedestrian signal button so I have enough time to cross the street"
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"I wait until it is safe to cross where there are no signs or signals"
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"I wear light-coloured clothes at night"
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"We don't jaywalk through traffic"
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"We don't play chicken with cars"
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