Transportation used

  • This vertical bar chart shows the most frequent used mode of transportation by Manitobans age 55 years and older. Most common is driver, followed by passenger vehicle, public transit, and other transportation.

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Frequent mode of transportation (PowerPoint)  |  Frequent mode of transportation (Excel)

*Other Includes walk, bicycle, motorcycle or taxi.
Source: Statistics Canada, 2010. General Social Survey - Time-Stress and Well-Being.

Comparison of driving speed by age

  • This vertical bar chart shows shows driving speed of Manitobans age 55-64 to 75 years and older as a little faster, same, or a little slower.

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Driving speed older Manitobans (PowerPoint)  |  Driving speed older Manitobans (Excel)

Source: Statistics Canada, 2014. Canadian Community Health Survey, Public Use Microdata File.

  • Compared in this table is the driving speed (a little faster, same, or a little slower)  among drivers under 25 to those age 75 years and older.

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Driving speed Manitobans 25–75 (PowerPoint)

Source: Statistics Canada, 2014. Canadian Community Health Survey, Public Use Microdata File.

Licensed drivers

  • Shown among gender and drivers age 16-85 years and older is the number of active and suspended drivers for 2019.

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Active and suspended drivers (PowerPoint)

1 Active Drivers refers to those holding an active Manitoba Driver’s License of any License Class. It does not indicate whether an individual actually drives.   
2 There are many reasons a driver may be suspended such as driving violations, medical conditions, administrative suspensions and others.    
Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 18.

  • In this vertical bar graph, shown is the percentage of licensed active and suspended driver by gender and aged 45-54 to age 85 years and older.

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Percentage active and suspended drivers (PowerPoint)  |  Percentage active and suspended drivers (Excel)

Active Drivers refers to those holding an active Manitoba Driver’s License of any License Class. It does not indicate whether an individual actually drives.
There are many reasons a driver may be suspended such as driving violations, medical conditions, administrative suspensions and others. 

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 18.

  • A vertical bar graph showing the percentage of total active licensed drivers by age starting at 16 to 85+.

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Active licensed drivers (PowerPoint)  |  Active licensed drivers (Excel)

Active Drivers refers to those holding an active Manitoba Driver’s License 1-5 Class. It does not indicate whether an individual actually drives. There are many reasons a driver may be suspended such as driving violations, medical conditions, administrative suspensions and others.    

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 18.

Active drivers by driving class

  • Shown in this table are the number of licensed drivers age 16 to 85 years and older by driver license class.

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Licensed drivers by class (PowerPoint)

Note: Rounding has been applied by Manitoba Public Insurance   

S = Data has been supressed due to low number of responses.  
Active Driver refers to those holding an active Manitoba Driver’s License of any License Class. It does not indicate whether an individual actually drives.

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 20-21, 23.

  • Using driving class, this bar graph shows the percent of total active drivers aged 55-64 to age 75 years and older.

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Active drivers age 55-75 (PowerPoint)  |  Active drivers age 55-75 (Excel)

Active Driver refers to those holding an active Manitoba Driver’s License of any License Class. It does not indicate whether an individual actually drives.

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 20-21, 23.

  • These two graphs compares the percentage of active male and female drivers by driving class and age 55-64 to 75 years and over.

Driving collisions

  • The vertical bar graph shows the percentage of total collision victims by casualty type for those aged 55-64 to 65 years and over.

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Collision victims by casualty type (PowerPoint)  |  Collision victims by casualty type (Excel)

Note: Collision victim refers to anyone injured or killed in a traffic accident including driver, passenger, pedestrian etc. 

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 73, 76. 

  • Shown in this graph is the percentage of collision victims by casualty type, killed or injured for Manitobans aged 55-64 and 65 years and older.

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Percentage of collision victims by casualty type (PowerPoint)  |  Percentage of collision victims by casualty type (Excel)

Note: Collision victim refers to anyone injured or killed in a traffic accident including driver, passenger, pedestrian etc. Other Injury includes sustained injuries that are undefined in terms of severity. 

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 76.

  • Shown in this vertical bar graph are the percentage of drivers that were involved in traffic collisions that were fatal, injury, or property damage only for 2019 for dirvers under 25 to 65 years and older.

Total Collisions per 10,000 licensed drivers

  • This line graph shows the total collisions per 10,000 licensed drivers by age from 2009–2019.

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Total collisions per 10,000 drivers 2009–2019 (PowerPoint)  |  Total collisions per 10,000 drivers 2009–2019 (Excel)

Note: The increase in collisions starting in 2011 is due to amendments to the Highway Traffic Act that took effect in 2011 and changed the way collisions are reported. This resulted in an increase in minimal injury and property damage only (PDO) collisions that had previously been underreported.     

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 10.

  • In this bar graph, shown is the total number of collisions per 10,000 licensed drivers ages 16 to 75+.

Driver involvement rate per 10,000 licensed drivers in collisions

  • This table shows the number of licensed drivers per 10,000 involved in a collision due to driver action, environment, human condition, and vehicle defect from age 16 to 65 years and over.

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Collisions by licensed drivers (PowerPoint)

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 170-171.

  • This table shows the licensed driver involvement rate per 10,000 drivers and the specific factors for collisions by age.

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Specific factors for collisions (PowerPoint)

Source: 2019 Traffic Collision Statistics Report, Manitoba Public Insurance, p. 170-171.