Drivers in Ontario no longer feel as safe as before on the road, a new study by CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has found, as more dangerous driving activity has been recorded in the province.
British Columbians will soon benefit from greater efficiencies, reduced backlogs and better services thanks to stable investments in road safety.
Head-up displays (HUDs) aim to introduce a seamless uptake of visual information for the driver while securely operating a vehicle. HUDs projected on the windshield provide the driver with visual navigation and vehicle data within the comfort of the driver's personal eye box through a customizable extended display space.
A new traffic signal is operational and increasing safety for people at Exit 51 on Highway 19 and Highway 4A. A new traffic signal was installed at this location to increase safety and efficiency for drivers travelling this route.
The City of Abbotsford is upgrading traffic signals and crosswalks at 4 key intersections to further control and prioritize traffic and to upgrade existing pedestrian crossings.
Researchers have developed the first LiDAR-based augmented reality head-up display for use in vehicles. Tests on a prototype version of the technology suggest that it could improve road safety by 'seeing through' objects to alert of potential hazards without distracting the driver.
This page provides information to road safety professionals to assist them in their efforts to promote road safety and to encourage the commitment of all Canadians to rethink road safety and to adopt safer behaviour.