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Vision Zero

About Vision Zero

The City of Edmonton is the first major Canadian city to adopt Vision Zero, a global initiative to save lives and eliminate major injuries from motor vehicle collisions.

Vision Zero
 

Scona Road Traffic Safety Review

A comprehensive analysis of the traffic safety concerns at the intersection of Scona Road, Saskatchewan Drive and 99 Street is now complete. The City is exploring several engineering measures to improve safety.

Scona Road – Traffic Safety and Speed Mitigation Strategies

Scona Road, 99 Street and Saskatchewan Drive Safety Assessment
 

Whitemud Drive Speed Limit Review

Whitemud Drive 

Based on a comprehensive analysis of the speed limit on Whitemud Drive, Transportation Committee agreed to leave the speed limit at 80 km/h. The Traffic Safety Assessment and Feasibility Analysis Report, and accompanying documents are available at Transportation Committee Item 6.2

OTS completed the analysis for Transportation Committee

 

Why 30?

Why 30 km an hour

School Zone Speed Limits

Reducing the speed limit to 30 km/h saves lives.

Photo Radar

Photo Radar

Traffic Enforcement

Learn more about the program and how to be a safe driver.

Driving Safely

Traffic Safety Tips

Learn ways to be a safe and courteous driver.

Traffic Safety Tips Summer
 

Collision Information

Collision Factsheets

The Office of Traffic Safety has prepared a series of factsheets that put collision information at your fingertips.

Vehicle collision
 

For More Information

The Office of Traffic Safety

Suite 200
9304 – 41 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6E 6G8

Telephone 780-495-0371
Fax 780-495-0383
Email transportationoperations@edmonton.ca