100 Manitobans die on
our roads each year.

#SaveThe100

By the Numbers

Why 100?

On average, 100 Manitobans die on our roads each year.

Most of these fatal collisions are linked to distracted driving, speeding or impaired driving.

  • 39 Distracted Driving
  • 36 Impaired Driving
  • 25 Speeding
Traffic Accident Report Database, 2013 to 2017
Fig.1 - Traffic Accident Report Database,
2013 to 2017

From 2012-16, these three contributing factors can be linked to 82 per cent of deaths in fatal collisions in Manitoba. And those deaths did not discriminate – children, teenagers, adults and seniors were all victims. They matter. They all do.

  • Distracted Driving
    Distracted Driving - 140 Fatalities
    Fig.2 - Distracted Driving - 140 Fatalities.
  • Impaired Driving
    Impared Driving - 124 Fatalities
    Fig.3 - Impaired Driving - 124 Fatalities.
  • Speeding
    Speeding - 91 Fatalities
    Fig.4 - Speeding - 91 Fatalities.

Their lives matter - they all do. Next month, we'll learn more about the stories behind the numbers.