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SAVE THE DATE – 9th Annual International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety

August 8-10, 2017 – Banff, Alberta, Canada

CRISP is proud to co-host Edmonton’s 9th International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety in beautiful Banff National Park.

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 around the world and includes:

  • Keynote Presentations
  • Over 24 Concurrent Sessions
  • Post-Conference Workshops
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Exhibitors
  • Networking with over 300 Canadian and International Professionals

A link to for more information or to register will be posted soon.

Traffic Culture Survey

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 studyContinue Reading

Updated Collision Cost Study Underway

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 usingContinue Reading

Safe System

CRISP secured the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) in Australia to complete a pilot project on the engineering application of the Safe System Approach at selected intersections within Alberta’s Capital Region. The Safe System aims to define how intersections should ‘look and operate’ in order to develop a death and serious injury-free transportation system.Continue Reading

Automated Enforcement and Detection of Driver Risk

CRISP partners supported a proof-of-concept study to explore the untapped potential of automated enforcement data. The original belief was that municipalities and law enforcement agencies across Alberta are sitting on a rich store of traffic safety information and could this data be put to work in other ways. The study found positive relationships between AEContinue Reading

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