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Conferences

CRISP believes in openly sharing knowledge and experience with and among members, stakeholders and targeted publics. As part of this commitment, CRISP continues to use their collaborative nature to expand their reach by supporting learning opportunities that bring together individuals, organizations and municipalites experiencing similar issues and problems in traffic safety. In addition, CRISP members attend conferences and workshops to present papers to actively to distribute its work and to interact with researchers and practitioners.

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8th International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety

CRISP is proud to co-host Edmonton’s 8th International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety. Towards Vision Zero – Zero Fatalities and Serious Injuries is the theme for the 2016 event that will be held April 25 – 28, 2016 at the Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre. The goal of the 2016 conference is to showcase world class best practices in

Urban Traffic Safety Conference 2015

CRISP is proud to co-host Edmonton’s 7th Annual International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety. Building Safer Communities through the Safe System Approach is the theme for the 2015 event that will be held April 27 – 30, 2015 at the Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre. The goal of the 2015 conference is to showcase world class best

Urban Traffic Safety Conference 2014

CRISP is proud to co-host Edmonton’s 6th Annual International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety. Innovation in Urban Traffic Safety: Working Smarter to Save Lives is the theme for the 2014 event that will be held April 28 – May 2, 2014 at the Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre. A Special Session: Smarter Analytics for Safer Communities has

INTERSECT Symposium 2008

On January 30 – February 1, 2008 the Capital Region Intersection Safety Partnership (CRISP) hosted the inaugural INTERSECT 2008 Symposium that explored issues and solutions to increase intersection safety on urban and rural roads. More than 160 delegates attended the two day symposium and many also participated in the one day workshops. The symposium brought

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