For the past number of years municipalities have had challenges getting Motor Vehicle Collision Reports (MVCR) so that they could recover damages to municipal infrastructure. Often, when municipalities received MVCRS, these documents were heavily redacted to the point where the municipality could not identify the person(s) involved. This has been a long standing issue on OGRA’s policy agenda.

Ministry of Transportation of Ontario has been working to find a solution to this problem. Municipalities can now receive MVCRS to assist in claiming damages and they can also receive collision data that can be used for statistical analysis. MTO has enlisted OGRA’s assistance in disseminating the information to Ontario municipalities.

Click here to view this important announcement from MTO.

Municipal Clerk: Please place this item on your next Council agenda.

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