Current Traffic Disruptions
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Information on snow removal, winter driving, seasonal parking ban, construction and planning.
Downtown, Southside and West Central bike routes are open year round. Learn how to navigate by car, bike or on foot.
A walkable Edmonton is vibrant, safe, and healthy, where everyone can enjoy walking in their neighbourhoods, parks, trails, and business areas.
For people who bike, walk and drive, regardless of how they choose to move around our city.
Vision Zero School Kits help create safer streets and more livable communities in Edmonton.
Effective July 2, 2020, developers, homeowners and businesses can now decide how much on-site parking to provide on their properties.
These programs manage the availability of parking in residential areas experiencing urban growth and increased visitor demand.
As of August 6, 2021, the speed limit is 40 km/h on most residential and downtown streets.
The purpose of the Safe Mobility Strategy is to achieve Vision Zero by increasing safety and livability in Edmonton’s neighbourhoods.
Safety is our priority. Safe streets keep Edmontonians working, moving and thriving.