Safe Speed Community Vans
About the Program
Safe Speed Community Vans educate Edmontonians about speeding concerns in their neighbourhoods.
You will find them parked at locations that communities have identified as a hot spot for speeding. Each van is covered with photos of people who work, live, and play in Edmonton, making them easy to see and recognize.
The vans have photo radar equipment so police can enforce speed limits and promote safe driving in neighbourhoods. If you drive over the speed limit in the presence of a Safe Speed van, you will receive a photo radar ticket.
The Edmonton Police Service runs the program in partnership with the City’s Office of Traffic Safety and the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues.
The program helps police support residents who are concerned about the incidence of speeding in their neighbourhood.
Safe Speed vans create awareness about safe driving, and encourage motorists to slow down in school zones, playgrounds, residential areas, and construction sites.
Request a Safe Speed van in your area by contacting your community league president or the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues. They will recommend the right program to address your speeding concern.
Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
Shahriyar Khan, Community Development Officer
For more information:
The Office of Traffic Safety
9304 – 41 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6E 6G8