Road Safety Behaviours
In 2016, there were 96 vehicle-related fatal collisions in Manitoba, causing the deaths of 107 people. This contrasts sharply with 69 collisions and 78 fatalities in 2015. Many of these deaths were related to preventable actions.
The behaviours most responsible for traffic fatalities and serious injuries in Manitoba are:
In addition to addressing these and other unsafe driving behaviours, we recognize the importance of protecting our most vulnerable road users – bicyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists – to reduce their likelihood of traffic injuries, as well as to improve the future of active transportation for a healthier Manitoba.
All Manitobans have a role to play in reducing injury and death on our roads, because the next victim could be someone we know. That’s why Manitoba Public Insurance is committed to road safety.
2015 Traffic Collision Statistics Report