Safe Mobility Strategy

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Edmonton wants safer streets and more livable communities.


We are gathering stories about how safe you feel when you walk, bike, roll, drive and move around Edmonton. These insights and daily experiences will help us shape our strategy to reach Vision Zero, and to prioritize traffic safety improvements in the Safe Mobility Strategy. Your feedback will help us find traffic risks that the data doesn’t show us, create solutions, and prioritize next steps.

From June 8-23 we conducted an online survey where we asked people how they travel around Edmonton and how safe they feel while doing so. Over 1800 people completed the survey. The Safe Mobility Strategy project team is now reviewing the data collected from the survey, and a What We Heard Report will be shared back with the public later this summer.

The project team is also using 5 years of collision data to identify a high crash network and find trends across high crash locations. This information will be incorporated into the Draft Safe Mobility Strategy that will be made available for public input later this year.

In the meantime, please continue to share your ideas and drop pins on the map until September 23. The Safe Streets Scavenger Hunt is another way to stay involved. Explore your neighbourhood with your family and spot as many traffic safety items as you can!







Edmonton wants safer streets and more livable communities.


We are gathering stories about how safe you feel when you walk, bike, roll, drive and move around Edmonton. These insights and daily experiences will help us shape our strategy to reach Vision Zero, and to prioritize traffic safety improvements in the Safe Mobility Strategy. Your feedback will help us find traffic risks that the data doesn’t show us, create solutions, and prioritize next steps.

From June 8-23 we conducted an online survey where we asked people how they travel around Edmonton and how safe they feel while doing so. Over 1800 people completed the survey. The Safe Mobility Strategy project team is now reviewing the data collected from the survey, and a What We Heard Report will be shared back with the public later this summer.

The project team is also using 5 years of collision data to identify a high crash network and find trends across high crash locations. This information will be incorporated into the Draft Safe Mobility Strategy that will be made available for public input later this year.

In the meantime, please continue to share your ideas and drop pins on the map until September 23. The Safe Streets Scavenger Hunt is another way to stay involved. Explore your neighbourhood with your family and spot as many traffic safety items as you can!







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