#MyDrivingMatters Vodcast

Sharing the Road – #MyDrivingMatters 2.0 Vodcast: Episode 6

This episode of #MyDrivingMatters 2.0 is sponsored by:

The sixth and final episode in the #MyDrivingMatters 2.0 vodcast series is on sharing the road. In the last decade, we’ve seen many more different types of vehicles sharing the roads with us in addition to pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Some of these new vehicle types include e-bikes and both single- and two-wheel electric scooters to name a few. Even though there are quite a wide range of vehicles on the road today, for the most part, our road system remains unchanged. In this episode, we talk about strategies for these different types of vehicles and road users to share the road safely. We also talk about the equitable sharing of responsibility on the road so that everyone gets home safely.

TIRF educational resources & programs featured at the end of each episode are accessible here: tirf.ca/about-tirf/#TIRFERP

Guest expert:

Mario Da Silva
Manitoulin Transport

Ward Vanlaar, COO
Traffic Injury Research Foundation


Show notes:

Our #MyDrivingMatters 2.0 vodcast series is sponsored by Labatt with co-hosts, Robyn Robertson, TIRF President & CEO, Karen Bowman, TIRF Director, Communications & Programs, and her daughter, Kylee Bowman, a young driver and Lead, TIRF Youth Advisor Program. Episodes in the series are structured to be conversational, engaging, and relatable to Canadians from diverse backgrounds and across all ages. Each episode features at least one guest expert sharing their knowledge and experience on several road safety topics including social norms, alcohol & cannabis, distraction, speed, sharing the road and workplace safety policies. Links to the resources mentioned in each episode are available under Resources.

Vodcast thumbnail design & host caricatures by Kylee Bowman MildlyMadGraphics.com
Vodcast post-production by Diane Akam, dnafilms http://dnafilms.ca
TIRF co-hosts makeup by Erica Harris www.ericaharris.ca


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