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Car with Hood Up

Date Published: 2018-05-14

On May 11th, 2018 at approximately 2:40 pm a vehicle was filmed driving north bound on Memorial Avenue with its hood up. The driver continued driving looking under the hood to see where he was going.

TBPS launch Can You See Me Now motorcycle safety campaign

Date Published: 2018-05-10

Motorcyclists are nearly 40 per cent less likely to be involved in a collision simply wearing high-visibility or fluorescent clothing.

This fact is the foundation of a new TBPS motorcycle safety Can You See Me Now campaign, which is officially launching today to mark Motorcycle Safety Month. The TBPS Traffic Unit teamed up with Excalibur Motorcycle Works and the Motorcycle Safety Training Organization to demonstrate how high-visibility clothing helps motorcycle riders stay safe on the roads.

Halloween Safety

Date Published: 2017-10-27

Halloween is an exciting night and the streets and sidewalks will be filled with children in neighbourhoods across the city collecting their treats. The Thunder Bay Police Service is reminding motorists to be especially vigilant on the streets and roads on Tuesday night.

Thunder Bay Police Service is providing the following Halloween safety tips, to help ensure a safe evening for all trick-or-treaters:

National School Bus Safety Week

Date Published: 2017-10-19

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – More than 130 drivers have reportedly failed to stop for the flashing lights and stop signs of school buses in just the first half of October.

It’s a problem that appears to be getting worse.

“There seems to be more distracted drivers on the road,” said Barb Siegers, bus driver and location safety manager for First Student Canada. “People just aren’t paying attention.

The school bus stop sign violation statistic does not include infraction reported in the third week of October, which is ironically National School Bus Safety Week.

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