ALBERTA TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND (ATSF) is a key tool to support communities and stakeholders in mobilizing around local traffic safety priorities in line with Alberta’s Traffic Safety Plan (TSP). To build on Alberta’s success since the inception of the first TSP in 2007, the next five-year iteration, Transportation Safety Plan 2016-2020 (TSP 2020), adopts a bold vision: Zero deaths and serious injuries on Alberta’s roads.

Vision Zero will help all of us recognize that transportation-related deaths and serious injuries are neither acceptable nor inevitable. They can be prevented if we all make safety a top priority. Everyone is accountable for transportation safety, and we each need to play our part.

The purpose of the ATSF is to encourage communities and other traffic safety stakeholders to develop and implement community-based, preventative, and collaborative traffic safety projects that support the strategies in Alberta’s TSP. The ATSF aims to build community capacity to identify and address local traffic safety priorities.

Please review the ATSF Grant Application Guidelines for information on eligible applicants and projects.

After reviewing the Application Guidelines you can register or sign in to the ATSF online grant application platform to complete your application.

For more information about the Alberta Traffic Safety Fund please email the Grant Manager at atsf@gov.ab.ca.

NOTE: Applications for the 2016/2017 grant year may be submitted until January 31, 2017. Applications received after January 31, 2017 will be considered part of the 2017/2018 grant year. These applications will continued to be assessed, but approved applications will not be issued funds until after April 2017.