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A history of the public engagement for the Prince Charles community traffic plan that began in 2014.

The Community Traffic Management process in Prince Charles is complete.

In October 2014 City Council approved the implementation of a pilot program for the Prince Charles Community Traffic Management Plan process. The process included:

  • Verification of local traffic issues
  • Review of traffic management options with a community traffic committee
  • Testing of trial traffic management measures
  • Ongoing collection of feedback and input from road users and community members to determine how the trial measures were performing

Engagement Process and Reporting Back

Community stakeholders were engaged throughout this process in a variety of ways including public meetings, online surveys, phone surveys, and community newsletters.

The feedback received was included in a mid-trial update report to Transportation Committee on March 23, 2016, and the final project report to Urban Planning Committee on April 5, 2017.


Final Feedback Session

November 29

The final feedback session for this project was held for the community to provide input on their level of comfort with the trial traffic measures, and how effective they found them to be.

Feedback was collected through a paper survey at the session, and an online form that was available between November 29 and December 20, 2016.

Draft summary of the feedback results provided.

Meeting Materials
Fact Sheet - November 29, 2016
What We Heard So Far - Change in Traffic Volume
Display Boards

Traffic Data Maps
85th Percentile Speeds
Average Traffic Speeds
Daily Traffic Volumes 

Public Meeting

January 19

A mid-trial public meeting was held to share the results of the City's traffic study on traffic volumes and speeds and to collect feedback on the trial traffic plan and the CTMP process in general.

Fact Sheet
Traffic Data Map

Business Phone Survey

January 25 to February 5

Telephone interviews were conducted to measure the level of comfort and perceived effectiveness of the trial traffic measures, and determine their impact on local businesses in Prince Charles.

Prince Charles Business Survey - Report


Information Session

April 23

The Traffic Committee presented a trial traffic management plan to respond to concerns about high traffic volumes, speeding and shortcutting in the Prince Charles community.

Display Boards
Public Meeting Feedback Summary


Resident Phone Survey

December 2 to 7

Telephone interviews were conducted to measures residents’ level of comfort and residents’ perceived effectiveness and impact of the trial traffic measures.

Prince Charles Survey - Report


Public Drop-In Workshops

March 12 and 18

Discussion topics included traffic measures that were supported, potential contingency measures, adequate access for commercial vehicles on 121A Street, issues not in scope of this initiative, and suggestions for installations and enforcement to calm traffic.

71 people attended the workshops: to learn about several traffic measure options.

  • 34 on March 12
  • 37 on March 18

Prince Charles Workshop Feedback
Project Boards
Traffic Measures Handout

Traffic Management Plan Preliminary Survey

January 10 to 23

Stakeholders were asked to complete a survey to assess community concerns, including perceptions of:

  • Traffic volume and safety
  • Locations and types of traffic issues Willingness to accept traffic measures that may increase travel time

The survey was open to anyone in Edmonton. 
82 respondents completed the survey.

Prince Charles Survey Report

Stay Informed

Prince Charles Community Traffic Management Plan

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