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Injury Prevention

Share the Road

Bicycles are considered vehicles under the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) - they have the same rights and responsibilities as other motor vehicles. That means that those riding them - cyclists - must obey the rules of the road too. When bikes follow the same rules as cars, the roads become safer and more predictable for everyone.

As cycling becomes a more popular mode of transportation in our communities, we are going to see more cyclists on the road. Cyclists and drivers of motor vehicles must share the road safely to reduce the frequency and severity of preventable injuries. 

 ShareTheRoad


For safety tips, see Cyclists & Motorists below.

 


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