Effective April 18, 2019, when encountering a red light and an activated pedestrian light, cyclists are allowed to continue on their way. In this case, they must stop, give priority to pedestrians and...
This campaign encourages cyclists to keep a safe and healthy distance from other road users.
The 2019 cyclists campaign informs motorists of the distance they must keep when passing cyclists.
The 2018 cyclists campaign informs motorists of the distance they must keep when passing cyclists.
The 2017 cyclists campaign informs drivers of the distance to keep when passing a cyclist.
The 2016 cyclists campaign informs drivers of the distance to keep when passing a cyclist.
In 2010, the SAAQ launched a radio campaign for cyclists and motorists and continued its awareness activities.
With its 2015 campaign, the SAAQ encouraged drivers and cyclists to respect each other and to share the road safely.
In 2009, the SAAQ and its partners conducted safety awareness activities for young cyclists.
In 2008, the SAAQ continued its bicycle safety awareness activities.
In 2012, the SAAQ continued its bicycle safety awareness activities.
In 2011, the SAAQ continued its bicycle safety awareness activities.
To encourage cyclists to exercise caution, the SAAQ and its partners continued their awareness activities in 2013.
Whether you are a tourist or a newcomer, you may receive compensation if you are injured or a loved one is killed in a traffic accident in Québec.
When driving, certain basic rules ensure the safety of other road users. Everyone can learn to share the road!
Lack of courtesy and aggressiveness have no place on the road. It is better to obey the Highway Safety Code, adjust your reactions and stay courteous.
Cycling gives your children unparalleled freedom. Teach them the proper safety rules.
Blind spots are a great danger for all road users. It is a reality that needs to be well understood to adopt safe behaviours.
Turning right at a red light is allowed, unless otherwise indicated by traffic signs. It is, however, prohibited on the island of Montréal.
Failing to follow basic road safety rules directly threatens the safety of other road users. These rules must be followed at all times.