As part of its 2016-2020 strategic plan, the SAAQ set the goal to improve the road safety record. In order to reach this goal, the SAAQ developed its Stratégie de prévention en sécurité routière 2021-2023 (PDF, 3.3 Mo)This file does not meet Web accessibility standards. (in French only) which has also been included in the 2021-2025 strategic plan.
The strategy charts the evolution of the road safety record over the past ten years and specifies priorities for action for 2021-2023. Efforts are to be primarily focussed on 6 priority areas for which specific action plans have been created, and objectives along with success indicators have been set out. The 6 priority areas are: driver distraction, speeding, impaired driving, fatigue, sharing the road and dangerous behaviours.
Here is a short video (in French only) outlining the 2021-2023 road safety strategy.
Essentially, the strategy aims to:
The strategy was designed using various planning approaches.
Amendments to legislative and regulatory frameworks will allow the SAAQ to:
Current and future working groups and consultations will allow the SAAQ to:
Information and awareness-raising will allow the SAAQ to:
Coordination with partners will allow the SAAQ to:
Driver training will allow the SAAQ to:
Research will allow the SAAQ to:
Last update: September 30, 2021