Road Safety

Road Safety

Traffic Management staff of the Transportation and Works Department operate a variety of road safety initiatives including:

  1. Please Slow Down Campaign
  2. Rail Safety
  3. Cycling Safety
  4. Traffic Calming
  5. Community Safety Zones
  6. Driver Distraction
  7. Neighbourhood Entrance Signs
  8. Neighbourhood Speed Watch Program
  9. Road Watch
  10. Student Speed Watch Program
  11. Vision Zero
  12. Lower Speed Limits Begin in 11 Neighbourhoods

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Featured Articles
Lower Speed Limits Begin in 11 Neighbourhoods
Eleven neighbourhoods will be re-signed with a 40-kilometre per hour speed limit that will gradually reduce speeds in neighbourhood areas across Mississauga.   Details

Vision Zero
In February 2018, Mississauga passed a resolution to adopt Vision Zero, a framework which focuses on the prevention of fatalities and injuries due to motor vehicle collisions.   Details

Automated Speed Camera - Business Case
City of Mississauga Council is calling on the Government of Ontario to approve the use of photo speed enforcement technology in Mississauga to protect lives and reduce the risk of injury on the City's roadways.   Details

Flashing 40 km/hr Zones
The City of Mississauga's Transportation and Works Department has implemented 40 km/hr when flashing speed zones on major collector and arterial roads that reduce the speed limit to 40 km/hr only during school entrance, lunch and dismissal times.   Details

Driver Distraction
An increasing number of collisions in Mississauga are caused by driver distraction. Are you a distracted driver? Complete this short quiz to find out.   Details

Road Safety Mississauga
The mandate of Road Safety Mississauga is to review safe driving issues and make recommendations on ways to address aggressive driving and other unsafe driving and pedestrian behaviours. The committee is comprised of citizen members, Councillors and representatives from a wide cross-section of transportation, enforcement and safety agencies.   Details

Student Speed Watch Program
The Student Speed Watch Program is intended to provide immediate awareness to both the motorist and the student regarding vehicle operating speeds. The program is recommended to supplement the existing secondary school driver education classes.   Details

Neighbourhood Entrance Signs
A Neighbourhood Entrance Sign with the message "DRIVE SLOWLY . . . THINK OF US" has been developed to remind motorists to adjust their driving habits, particularly vehicle speed, when they enter a residential area.   Details

Community Safety Zones Increase Fines
The community Safety Zone was introduced as a part of the provincial government's road safety strategy to address aggressive driving.   Details

Neighbourhood Speed Watch Program
The Neighbourhood Speed Watch program is a community-based educational initiative that provides immediate awareness to both the motorist and resident of vehicle operating speeds.   Details

Red Light Cameras
Red light cameras are installed at many Region of Peel intersections in Mississauga.   Details

Road Watch
Road Watch is a community initiative that gives residents and visitors an opportunity to report dangerous and aggressive drivers to the police.   Details

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