A Halifax-based organization is calling for public engagement in Nova Scotia’s Traffic Safety Act development plan. Nova Scotia announced it is replacing its outdated Motor Vehicle Act with a modern Traffic Safety Act “that will help make the province’s roads and highways safer.” The province is inviting residents to submit feedback, recommendations or questions as it designs the new act. The majority of the public’s engagement is focused on safety for vulnerable road users such as walkers, bikers, and cyclists. The Ecology Action Centre is trying to get more people involved. The head of transportation with the Ecology Action […]

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