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TAC Road Safety Achievement Award: 2022 Finalists

This webinar presents the four finalists for the 2022 TAC Road Safety Achievement Award, which recognizes initiatives that demonstrate excellence in the application and advancement of road safety engineering practices.

July 14, 2022


Pedestrian and Cycling Intersection Safety Pilot
Regional Municipality of York, Ontario
In partnership with EXP
Presenters: Nelson Costa and Yves-Marie Monereau


Speed Limit Reduction Project
City of Edmonton, Alberta
Presenters: Shewkar Ibrahim and Tazul Islam

The Esplanade-Mill Street Connection Project
City of Toronto, Ontario
Presenters: Adam Popper and Owen McGaughey

Installation of a high-tension flexible barrier on Highway 50: Road safety pilot project in the Outaouais
Ministère des Transports du Québec
Presenters: Elias El Haddad and Alexandre Ferrari
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