Road Safety Education Campaign

Take the road safety survey.

The Region of Waterloo believes that everyone - drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, government and traffic enforcement has a part to play in making our roads safer.

Early in 2019 the Region will be launching a road safety education campaign. This initiative is part of a strategy to reduce fatalities and injuries on Waterloo Region roads. The purpose of the campaign is to educate all road users about how they can avoid the most common collision situations in Waterloo Region.

We need your help. By taking our pre-campaign survey, you will help us gain an understanding of the public's perceptions of road safety in Waterloo Region. Your survey responses will be used as a baseline to measure the success of our educational efforts, as well as to plan future initiatives.

This is a quick survey and should only take 3 -5 minutes to complete.


The Region of Waterloo believes that everyone - drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, government and traffic enforcement has a part to play in making our roads safer.

Early in 2019 the Region will be launching a road safety education campaign. This initiative is part of a strategy to reduce fatalities and injuries on Waterloo Region roads. The purpose of the campaign is to educate all road users about how they can avoid the most common collision situations in Waterloo Region.

We need your help. By taking our pre-campaign survey, you will help us gain an understanding of the public's perceptions of road safety in Waterloo Region. Your survey responses will be used as a baseline to measure the success of our educational efforts, as well as to plan future initiatives.

This is a quick survey and should only take 3 -5 minutes to complete.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Safe Roads Survey

    The Region of Waterloo is surveying all road users, including motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, to gain an understanding of public perceptions around road safety. Your responses will remain anonymous and will be used to help us develop education materials.

    The Region of Waterloo is surveying all road users, including motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, to gain an understanding of public perceptions around road safety. Your responses will remain anonymous and will be used to help us develop education materials.

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