The process of the development of the Strategic Road Safety Action Plan (SRSAP) includes three (3) workshops with the road safety partners within the Region of Durham. 

Workshop #1 was held on September 11th, 2017.
The workshop summary can be found here.

Workshop #2 was held on January 12th, 2018.

Workshop #2 will be held on April 10th, 2018.

Did you know?

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  • The population of the Region of Durham is estimated to be 660,000 and will reach almost one million people by the year 2031 - more than double the
    1991 population.
  • On average, there are over 1600 fatal and injury related collisions per year in the Durham region. 
  • More than half of all traffic collisions occur at intersections.
  • Traffic collisions cost Regional road users and residents approximately $255 million every year. 

Durham Region has recognized that, despite having an active safety program to address motor vehicle collisions, a new and broader-based approach is required and, as a result, has proposed the development of a Strategic Road Safety Action Plan (SRSAP) for the Region. The study will set out targets, policies, and action plans to guide the Region and its road safety partners towards creating safer roads and reducing the number of collisions and thus road fatalities and injuries. 

The overall intent of a strategic road safety action plan is to improve safety for all road users through a data driven effort by: 

  • Identifying and prioritizing the key safety needs addressing engineering, enforcement, education, evaluation, and engagement. 
  • Taking advantage of all of the resources from the Region and other stakeholders and aligning them to meet the identified safety needs to address the common goal, and;
  • Guiding the safety investment decisions in a coordinated fashion to maximize effectiveness of expenditures. 

Previous Events

Public information centres were held for the public to discuss their road safety concerns.

September 15th, 16th, & 17th, 2017 - Beaverton Fall Fair
September 30th, 2017 - Oshawa City Centre

In case you missed it, check out the public information centre posters here.

The project commenced May 2017
and is expected to be completed by April 2018.

This website will be updated throughout the project,
so remember to check this page for updates!

For further information and inquiries please contact us