test-arrow CRISP partners share resources and expertise to implement on-going, collaborative and integrated intersection safety research and initiatives to reduce the frequency and severity of intersection collisions in Alberta’s Capital Region. Initiatives are evidence-based and integrate best practices in the areas of education, engineering and enforcement followed by evaluation of results, and target four priorities: red light violations, pedestrian safety, speed and high crash locations. ()


Red Light Violations

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High Crash Locations

Collaborative teams focused on integrated intersection safety.

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Projects that provide evidence for improving intersection safety.

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Initiatives to reduce the frequency and severity
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News and Highlights

  • Updated Cost of Collision Study
  • June 15th, 2018
  • CRISP’s 2010 Collision Cost Study estimated that crashes in the Capital Region cost nearly $1 billion with each fatal collision costing more than $180,000, each injury collision costing almost $40,000 and the average collision that only involves property damage costing approximately $11,000. The feedback from this report was so favourable, that a new report has […]

  • SAVE THE DATE – 10th Annual International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety
  • June 5th, 2018
  • July 9-12, 2018 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada CRISP is proud to sponsor Edmonton’s 10th International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety being held at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada The conference is designed for law enforcement, engineers, legal professionals, community partners, academics and researchers, students, and professionals interested in the latest traffic safety strategies […]

  • Traffic Culture Survey
  • March 20th, 2017
  • The 2nd Edmonton and Area Traffic Safety Culture Survey is now available. The survey was conducted by the City of Edmonton’s Office of Traffic Safety and provides insights into how road users perceive themselves and their actions, the actions of others, and the rules of the road. More than 3,600 drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists participated in this study […]

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