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As the busiest routes in and out of the oil sands, Highway 63 and Highway 881 have seen hundreds of vehicle-related injuries and dozens of fatalities in recent years.

These tragedies point to the need for change—and twinning these highways is only part of the solution. The other part is changing how we drive. That’s where the Coalition for a Safer 63 & 881 comes in. We aim to help drivers identify their dangerous driving habits and offer them safe alternatives.

Our members range from industry groups and regional municipalities to safety organizations and the media. We come from different backgrounds, but we all share one important goal—to make Highway 63 and 881 safer for our families, friends, employees and everyone else who travels them every day.

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