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Male pedestrian critically injured after collision in North York

A man in his 30s has life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a driver in North York early Friday morning, Toronto paramedics...

140,000 fewer speeding charges. How Toronto police traffic tickets fell by...

Speeding. Blowing through a stop sign. Passing a streetcar while its doors are open.A Toronto driver is far less likely to get a...

Photo radar unlikely on Toronto streets until spring

Photo radar is not expected to hit Toronto streets until spring, thanks to an Ontario government requirement that drivers get lots of notice...

After long wait, Ontario is set to allow photo radar on...

Photo radar should soon be catching speeding drivers across Toronto — a notable and long-awaited development in the fight against traffic carnage that...

‘We have to work together’: Councillor defends giving seniors flourescent arm...

A pedestrian safety event where seniors were outfitted with fluorescent arm bands to protect them from being hit by cars has sparked criticism...

Even as collisions rise, Toronto police traffic enforcement falls to lowest...

Despite seeing the most collisions on city streets in more than two decades, Toronto police charged fewer drivers with criminal traffic offences last...

A Scarborough parish is finally getting a traffic light after priest...

For Rev. Xavier De Pinto, the new traffic signal being installed outside his Scarborough church is literally the answer to his congregation’s prayers.The...

Heavy trucks were involved in 9 of the 26 pedestrian deaths...

Those who knew Evangeline Lauroza say she was a kind, shy woman, who was quiet most of the time. The exception was on...

‘I want drivers to be more humane’: On Sheppard Ave., the...

Sitting by Sheppard Ave. E., waiting for the driver who struck his daughter to return, Clayton Jones Sr. has watched person after person...

5 myths about pedestrian collisions that could be making it harder...

As people continue to die on Toronto’s streets in alarmingly high numbers, there appears to be growing consensus among the public and local...
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