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.
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
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
CRISP was proud to sponsor Edmonton’s 11th International Conference on Urban Traffic Safety held in Edmonton August 21-23, 2019. The program theme was “Leading the way to Vision Zero through innovation, integration, and collaboration” because all road users feel the impact of traffic safety. The conference was designed for law enforcement, engineers, legal professionals, community partners, academics and
Municipalities and law enforcement agencies across Alberta are sitting on a rich store of traffic safety information. Every day, cameras in our communities record the licence plates of drivers who exceed posted speed limits, run red lights and speed through intersections and school zones. Automated enforcement (AE) technologies are a relatively new traffic safety tool,
Red light cameras will now do double duty at high collision intersections in Edmonton, St. Albert and Strathcona County. For years the Province of Alberta has allowed municipalities to use electronic devices to enforce traffic laws. Last year they approved the use of Intersection Safety Devices (ISDs), more commonly known as red light cameras, to