The LEAMaple LeafDRS Program

Results-Based Traffic Safety for Red Deer Road Users

             

            

THE RED DEER ROAD USERS' CHALLENGE:
MAY 2016 TO JUNE 2016 UPDATE

Table 1:  Red Deer Reportable Traffic Collisions: May 2016 and June 2016
Month May June
Fatal Collisions  1 1
Injury Collisions   11
Reportable Property Damage Only Collisions 230 246
What These Collisions Cost Us in 2011 $CDN $6,175,400 $6,475,400

RESULTS FOR FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 2016

Fatal Collisions 2
Injury collisions 56
Reportable Property Damage Only Collisions 1,625
 
Estimates Persons Killed 2
  Persons with Major Injuries 12
  Persons with Minor Injuries 58
  Number of Persons Directly Involved 2,930
  What These Collisions Cost Us in 2011 $CDN 28 million

Typically, less than one-third of the people harmed are the drivers of the striking vehicles.

Meaningful information about the above avoidable events has not been released by The City of Red Deer or its police agency. It appears, from this, that The City of Red Deer is okay if road users are unable to learn from the mistakes of others and will consequently continue to be harmed at recent rates.

Comments, suggestions, questions, concerns, corrections, and expressions of support are welcome by email to:  Doug.Taylor@leadrs.ca or by telephone to: 403 342 2765

Drive safer - always,
(And watch out for those who don't)
Doug

Doug Taylor,
Safer Vehicle Use Limited,
Red Deer, Alberta

CURRENT SCOREBOARD

 

June 2016 Scoreboard (pdf)  click here

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Updated August 24, 2016

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