Examples of past City of Toronto pedestrian collision reports

For many years, the City of Toronto published one-page breakdowns of the statistics about collisions between vehicles and pedestrians in Toronto, and posted them in the “walking” section of the City of Toronto website. They stopped publishing them sometime after 2011, and recently the old reports seem to have disappeared from the website. (Instead, we now have some open data, which has interesting visualizations but only provides statistics on deaths and serious injuries, not all collisions, which does not give a full picture).

Walk Toronto’s Dylan Reid had saved some of the old pedestrian collision reports, so they are republished here for reference.

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