Traffic moving through an intersection on Baseline Road

Strathcona County aims to keep residents moving safely and efficiently on our roads.

Traffic management includes traffic signal coordination, neighbourhood traffic reviews, traffic calming and pedestrian safety.

Traffic signals

Traffic engineers and technologists operate and monitor traffic flow to determine appropriate signal timing and coordination patterns.

Parking rules and regulations

On-street parking is an important part of a safe road network, including RV parking, parking bans during snow removal and cul-de-sac parking restrictions. Learn more.

Trains and railway crossings

Find contact information, safety resources and an overview of noise concerns and train whistle cessation.

Traffic counts and noise

Request a traffic noise study or learn more about how the County monitors traffic counts to inform traffic management decisions.

Neighbourhood traffic reviews

Residential concerns related to speeding, short-cutting and pedestrian safety and traffic around schools may be addressed through neighbourhood traffic reviews. Learn more.

Traffic features

The County uses a variety of features to support traffic safety, including speed humps, curb extensions and delineator posts.

Guiding principles

An overview of the strategic plans, partnerships and data that help inform traffic management and safety approaches.

Pedestrian safety initiatives

Crosswalk improvements such as improved signage and pavement markings, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, yield lines and push button signs. Learn more.

Traffic disruptions calendar

Traffic being redirected due to construction

Upcoming road closures, construction and events that reduce lanes or slow traffic. See the calendar.

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Last updated: Friday, May 03, 2024
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