In 2018 there were more than 43,000 collisions in the Capital Region resulting in 39 fatalities and more than 9,200 injuries

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.


Collaborative teams focused on integrated intersection safety.


Collaborative teams focused on integrated intersection safety.

What We Do

Collaborative teams focused on integrated intersection safety.

Speeding costs us all

A pedestrian hit by a vehicle travelling at 60 km/h has a ...
90% chance of being killed.

High Cost of Speeding

In 2018 crashes in the Capital Region cost nearly ...
$800 Million Annually.

High Crash Locations

Of all injury-related collisions in the Capital Region ...
⅔ happen at intersections.

Pedestrian Safety

Everyday in 2018 on Capital Region roads approximately...
14 people were injured.

News and Highlights

CRISP Strategic Plan RFP

The Capital Region Intersection Safety Partnership (CRISP) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants/firms to assist in evaluating and updating its current strategic plan for an additional three-year period. The consultant will be expected to conduct interviews, develop a workplan and facilitate a full-day virtual session to evaluate the Building on Success: CRISP’s Strategic Plan 2017-2021.

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Teen Driver Safety Week focuses on Risks of Speeding

Parachute’s National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW) is an annual campaign supported by Desjardins to build awareness of teen driver safety issues and to encourage community and youth involvement as part of the solution. Our 2020 theme: #SpeedIsNoGame. Road crashes are the second-leading cause of death among young people in Canada. Young people are killed

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3rd Traffic Safety Culture Survey Now Available

The 3rd 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 5,000 drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists participated in this study

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There were 43,583 collisions in 2018

36 Fatality Collisions resulting in 39 fatalities.

5,505 Injury Collisions resulting in 9,210 Injuries of which 8,453 were classified as minor and 756 as major

38,041 Property Damage Only (PDO)