Challenge Your Driving Skills
How well do you think you know the rules of the road? Take the Office of Traffic Safety's challenge and test your knowledge on the Facebook game.
About the Office of Traffic Safety
Traffic safety is important to Edmonton's citizens and a major priority for the City of Edmonton. A safe transportation system contributes to a strong sense of community and the livability of our city.
The City’s Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) makes Edmonton’s roads and communities safer through education, engineering, and evaluation.
OTS delivers programs to:
- Cut collisions, especially ones that involve injury.
- Reduce speeding.
- Deter risky driver behaviour at intersections, like speeding or running a red light.
- Reduce impaired driving.
- Increase seat belt use.
- Involve Edmontonians in traffic safety initiatives in their community.
- Evaluate traffic data to support effective management and enforcement of local traffic.
Key partners include the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues and the Edmonton Police Service.
OTS works closely with the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues on neighbourhood traffic safety issues.
Contact the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues to learn more about how you can promote safe driving in your neighbourhood.
September 25, 2012 - Collisons in Edmonton
The Office of Traffic Safety has prepared a series of factsheets that put collision information at your fingertips. Feel free to download them here and share with friends and neighbours. Paper copies are available at all EPS headquarters and community stations.
For more information:
The Office of Traffic Safety
9304 – 41 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6E 6G8