Traffic safety

Strathcona County is committed to the proactive implementation of integrated, evidence-based and collaborative road safety strategies to create an increasingly safe and sustainable transportation environment.

Between 2007 and 2016, there were more than 20,000 motor vehicle collisions reported in Strathcona County. Sixty people lost their lives and 347 suffered major, often life-changing injuries. Altogether, these collisions cost our community over $400 million.

2016 Strathcona County Traffic Collision Statistics Report (2.8 MB)

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Traffic safety in Strathcona County is the joint responsibility of Strathcona County's Integrated Traffic Unit (RCMP and Enforcement Services) and the Planning, Engineering and Safety branch of Transportation Planning and Engineering. Traffic safety decision-making in the County is guided by the   Traffic Safety Strategic Plan 2020. (3.9 MB)

2017 Traffic Safety Annual Report (1.4 MB)

Safer Systems (aka Vision Zero)

Through the application of the Safer System approach, we are working towards the day when no one is seriously injured or killed while travelling on Strathcona County's road network.


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Last updated: Thursday, March 14, 2019
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