Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Toronto picks road safety over speed, new poll finds

June 24, 2017   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

Cycle Toronto (TORONTO, ONTARIO)

Eighty-one percent of Toronto residents support lower speed limits on city roads even if it means increased travel time, and 80 percent favour building a safe network of bicycle lanes, a new poll has found.

The survey of 802 Torontonians, conducted by the Angus Reid Forum (owned by Maru/Matchbox), also shows nearly seven in 10 want to keep the bicycle lane on Bloor Street

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