Woodcroft Street Lab

A Vision Zero Street Lab, which uses adaptable traffic calming measures to increase street safety, is being explored in Woodcroft!


Share Your Experiences

We want to hear perspectives from people who use all modes of transportation to get around the community.

Residents play an ADVISORY role in this project, meaning the City will be collecting their lived experience and insight into what the street safety issues are in the neighbourhood.


Get involved using the following methods:

  • Provide feedback on the interactive map open May 7 - 26, 2024, below.

  • Take the online survey open May 7 - 26, 2024

  • Attend the in-person engagement event on Thursday, May 16 at Woodcroft Community League Hall, Register on Eventbrite


How Your Insights will be Used

Feedback shared will be used to determine if this neighbourhood is best suited for a Street Lab, and a What We Heard report will be posted on the Vision Zero Street Labs webpage.

If a Street Lab is the best fit for your neighbourhood, City staff will use their engineering expertise, with your feedback in mind, to determine what adaptable measures will have the greatest impact in the neighbourhood.

If a Street Lab is not the best fit for your neighbourhood, another Safe Mobility program may be recommended.


For more project information visit Vision Zero Street Labs

If you have questions about this project, please email saferoads@edmonton.ca. Stay informed by signing up for project updates.

A Vision Zero Street Lab, which uses adaptable traffic calming measures to increase street safety, is being explored in Woodcroft!


Share Your Experiences

We want to hear perspectives from people who use all modes of transportation to get around the community.

Residents play an ADVISORY role in this project, meaning the City will be collecting their lived experience and insight into what the street safety issues are in the neighbourhood.


Get involved using the following methods:

  • Provide feedback on the interactive map open May 7 - 26, 2024, below.

  • Take the online survey open May 7 - 26, 2024

  • Attend the in-person engagement event on Thursday, May 16 at Woodcroft Community League Hall, Register on Eventbrite


How Your Insights will be Used

Feedback shared will be used to determine if this neighbourhood is best suited for a Street Lab, and a What We Heard report will be posted on the Vision Zero Street Labs webpage.

If a Street Lab is the best fit for your neighbourhood, City staff will use their engineering expertise, with your feedback in mind, to determine what adaptable measures will have the greatest impact in the neighbourhood.

If a Street Lab is not the best fit for your neighbourhood, another Safe Mobility program may be recommended.


For more project information visit Vision Zero Street Labs

If you have questions about this project, please email saferoads@edmonton.ca. Stay informed by signing up for project updates.

Woodcroft Vision Zero Street Lab Map

11 days

We invite you to pinpoint your traffic safety concerns in the Woodcroft neighbourhood using this map. 

INSTRUCTIONS: 

  • To add a pin, click the + icon on the left hand side of your screen

  •  Select which type of pin you would like to drop, based on your traffic safety concern 

  • Drag your pin to the map and place it where you see the concern

You may also provide additional information on our online survey at edmonton.ca/StreetLabs