The Canadian Press

2016-03-31 | BC Road Safety

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British Columbia's first road safety report says reducing driving speeds to 30 kilometres an hour in cities would help reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries among pedestrians and cyclists. That's among nearly 30 recommendations in a report released by the provincial health officer. Neil Arason, manager of the B-C Road Safety Strategy, says evidence from other jurisdictions shows reducing speeds in urban areas saves the lives of vulnerable road users. (The report also recommends establishing a university-based centre for excellence for road safety.)

Date: 2016-03-31
Placeline: VICTORIA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

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