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About Saferoads

Every year, hundreds of Albertans are killed in traffic collisions. Every one of those people was someone's family member or friend.

Alberta's Office of Traffic Safety seeks to reduce the number of injuries and deaths on our roadways through communications programs and road safety funding.

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Transportation Safety Plan

A new plan to save more lives

Alberta’s first Traffic Safety Plan, the first strategy of its kind in Canada, was introduced in 2007. The number of collisions, deaths and injuries on Alberta’s roads has declined considerably since the implementation of this plan.

Alberta Transportation Safety Plan ›
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Traffic Safety Calendar

Planning for the year ahead

The Traffic Safety Calendar highlights important traffic safety topics from across Alberta each month. Enforcement agencies and other stakeholders work together using an integrated strategy to ensure that all enforcement and communication is aligned with the Alberta Traffic Safety Calendar.

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Newsroom

Drivers reminded to stay safe at intersections

January 3rd 2018

The Government of Alberta is reminding all road users, especially drivers of automobiles, to use precaution at intersections.

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Drunk or high – don’t drive!

December 1st 2017

Driving impaired – drunk or high – can cost your licence, your money, your health or someone’s life.

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It’s safer to walk when eyes lock

October 1st 2017

Safety is a shared responsibility and when drivers and pedestrians make eye contact with each other, crossing the street is much safer.

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Media Contacts

Media Inquires:

Ph: (780) 427-7674 (toll free in Alberta 310-0000)
Email: Trans.Contact.Us.m@gov.ab.ca