Are roads in your neighbourhood safe for pedestrians?
All local roads are safe
Local roads (residential) are not safe
Arterial roads are not safe
Both local and arterial roads, are not safe
Should all students have sidewalks to travel on while walking to school?
Always B) Only on busy roads C) Not necessary
Should the City of Toronto be encouraging more short distance trips to be taken on foot or by bicycle?
A) Yes B) No
How should the City of Toronto Prioritize future Vision Zero safety initiatives?
Focus on residential neighbourhoods
More safety measures on busy arterial roads
More safety measures for seniors
All of the above
Should the Toronto Police Service Budget be increased to assign more uniformed officers to traffic enforcement?
Increase the TPS budget for more traffic enforcement
Redeploy officers to traffic enforcement within the existing budget
Leave the system as it is
Should the City be aggressively rolling out a radar safety camera program?
Yes – on as many streets as possible
Yes – but only in school zones
No – I don’t support radar safety cameras
Should the Province of Ontario allow deployment of more technology to enforce road safety?
Yes B) Only in limited circumstances C) No
The default limit on residential streets in Ontario is 50 kph. Would you support lowering speed limits?
To 30 kph on all residential roads
To 40 kph on all residential roads and 30 kph in school zones
To 40 kph on all residential roads
Leave speed limits as they are
Should there be more safe places to cross major streets in Willowdale?
Yes B) No, more lights will only slow down traffic