Roads have been safer so far in 2019 than in the past 10 years.
In the first two months of 2019, five people died on roadways, in 2018 the number would already have been 13.
In the last decade, the average after two months is ten people.
So far this year there hasn’t been a single off-road vehicle fatality, which is better than the 3 deaths to this point in 2018.
Deaths on Manitoba roads continue to be attributed to distracted driving, impaired driving, speed and not wearing a seatbelt.