Safe Mobility Strategy

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Edmonton wants safer streets and more livable communities.



Give us your feedback on Themes and Draft Key 2021-2022 Actions

We have outlined draft key actions to take place in 2021 and 2022 that will help us keep working toward eliminating fatal and serious crashes on our streets. Let us know what you think using the survey below until September 23. The themes and actions in this survey will form the backbone of the Safe Mobility Strategy.






You can also share your ideas, complete the Safe Streets Scavenger Hunt, and drop pins on the map until September 23.

What informed the Key Actions and Themes?

Knowing where and why traffic crashes are happening and who is most impacted will help us start to better understand the full picture of traffic safety in Edmonton.

These actions are informed by the following information:

Lived Experiences: This June, over 1800 people completed a survey where we asked people how they travel around Edmonton and how safe they feel while doing so. We learned that peoples’ sense of safety varies based on factors like mode of transportation, gender, or use of a mobility aid. The results of this survey and other engagement activities are available in this What We Heard Report.

Data and Research: The project has identified a High Injury Network and conducted Crash and Equity analyses to find out where and why serious and fatal crashes are happening, who is most impacted, and what we need to do to eliminate them on our streets.

Two policy papers were produced that have been instrumental in the development of the Safe Mobility Strategy. The Policy and Planning Context White Paper summarizes the current traffic safety strategies and policies from the international scale to the local scale. The Changing the Conversation Around Traffic Safety White Paper outlines the rationale for the Safe Mobility Strategy by showing how it supports the goals of ConnectEdmonton.

What is my feedback being used for?

Your feedback is helping us to prioritize the action items in the upcoming Safe Mobility Strategy 2021-2025.







Edmonton wants safer streets and more livable communities.



Give us your feedback on Themes and Draft Key 2021-2022 Actions

We have outlined draft key actions to take place in 2021 and 2022 that will help us keep working toward eliminating fatal and serious crashes on our streets. Let us know what you think using the survey below until September 23. The themes and actions in this survey will form the backbone of the Safe Mobility Strategy.






You can also share your ideas, complete the Safe Streets Scavenger Hunt, and drop pins on the map until September 23.

What informed the Key Actions and Themes?

Knowing where and why traffic crashes are happening and who is most impacted will help us start to better understand the full picture of traffic safety in Edmonton.

These actions are informed by the following information:

Lived Experiences: This June, over 1800 people completed a survey where we asked people how they travel around Edmonton and how safe they feel while doing so. We learned that peoples’ sense of safety varies based on factors like mode of transportation, gender, or use of a mobility aid. The results of this survey and other engagement activities are available in this What We Heard Report.

Data and Research: The project has identified a High Injury Network and conducted Crash and Equity analyses to find out where and why serious and fatal crashes are happening, who is most impacted, and what we need to do to eliminate them on our streets.

Two policy papers were produced that have been instrumental in the development of the Safe Mobility Strategy. The Policy and Planning Context White Paper summarizes the current traffic safety strategies and policies from the international scale to the local scale. The Changing the Conversation Around Traffic Safety White Paper outlines the rationale for the Safe Mobility Strategy by showing how it supports the goals of ConnectEdmonton.

What is my feedback being used for?

Your feedback is helping us to prioritize the action items in the upcoming Safe Mobility Strategy 2021-2025.