Traffic Safety Culture Report
Road user behaviour is large contributor to traffic collisions. Understanding road users’ attitudes, and how that relates to behaviour, can help inform traffic safety initiatives. The results indicate that overall the culture is positive, but there is still room for improvement with respect to behaviour, and what is considered acceptable behaviour, on our roads.
What would influence your
Assess Changes Among Road Users
The City of Edmonton’s 2018 Edmonton and Area Traffic Safety Culture Survey is the third version of this study and aims to measure against previous versions to assess changes in attitudes, perceptions and behaviours among road users. It included over 5,000 drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists in Edmonton and surrounding areas who took part in this study by way of telephone, online and Insight Community survey.
feel Speeding on Residential Roads is Unacceptable
feel Speeding on Freeways is Unacceptable
% saying unacceptable
Having done so at least rarely in past 30 days
feel Intersection Safety Cameras should be used to ticket drivers who run red lights
feel Intersection Safety Cameras should be used to ticket drivers who speed through intersections
feel camera based enforcement should be used to ticket distracted drivers
feel photo radar should be used to ticket drivers who are speeding