The reference document, the road safety record and useful links—this page will connect you with the tools you need to get thinking about road safety.
The reference document is a tool to help guide individuals, groups and associations in their reflections on the road safety topics most likely to generate comments and suggestions. It also describes the context that has led to the public consultation, as well as the consultation’s goals and process.
Fact sheets on each road safety topic
In alphabetical order:
- Drinking and driving
- Driver distraction
- Driver fatigue
- Drugs and driving
- Health of drivers
- Heavy vehicles
- Infrastructure development and maintenance, and road signs and traffic signals
- Insurance contributions
- Seat belts and child safety seats
- Vehicle safety
- Young drivers and road safety education
Road safety record
The 2015 road safety record presents the number of victims involved in traffic accidents on Québec roads over the 6 previous years.
Although there were more injuries and fatalities in 2015 than in 2014, there has been a downward trend over the past five years. Moreover, the number of fatalities among accident victims aged 15 to 24 has dropped for the third consecutive year.
The following documents are available in French only:
- Bilan routier 2015 (2015 road safety record)
- Bilan routier – Faits saillants 2015 (2015 road safety record highlights)
- Regional statistics
The Bibliography provides a list of reference documents, websites and legislation (laws and regulations) that shed additional light on the topics proposed as part of the public consultation.