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2023 Grant Information and Application

CRISP’s 2023 Safer Roads, Together Grants are designed for projects that promote collaboration to make Alberta Capital Region’s streets safe for all road users, of all ages and abilities.  

Focus on Vulnerable Road Users
Safer Roads Together Grant has been established to promote collaborative, community-driven projects, partnerships and initiatives related to traffic safety in the Alberta Capital Region by providing short-term funding. Projects must be multi-sectoral and/or cross-jurisdictional and contribute to CRISP’s vision of “no traffic fatalities or serious injuries in the Alberta Capital Region”. Projects should focus on vulnerable road users such as: Pedestrians | Cyclists | Young People | Those with Mobility Challenges | Older Adults | Other Vulnerable Road Users

Focus on Collaboration
Traffic safety is complex and a powerful way to untangle these complexities is by bringing people with different perspectives together. Projects must demonstrate how they will collaborate across different sectors or municipalities.
The Applicant will be the financial steward of the grant. At least one additional project partner must be listed representing a different sector such as: Not-for-profits | Enforcement Services | Health Care | Schools or School Districts | Municipalities | Professional Associations | Faith Groups
Grant Sizes
Small: Up to $500
Medium: $501 – $2000
Large: $2001 – $4000
Grant Application
To apply for a small, medium or large grant use the Online Grant Application
Important Dates
Application Deadline: October 31, 2022
Successful Notification: December 31, 2022
Funds Released: January 31, 2023
Final Report and Return of Unspent Funds: January 31, 2024

Additional Information
For additional information, download the 2023 Grants Information and Application Guidelines

 

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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.

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