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Alberta Traffic Safety Fund

The Alberta Traffic Safety Fund is not currently accepting applications.



The ALBERTA TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND (ATSF) is a key tool to support communities and stakeholders in mobilizing around local traffic safety priorities.

The purpose of the ATSF is to encourage and empower communities and other traffic safety stakeholders to develop and implement community-based, preventative, and collaborative traffic safety projects. The ATSF aims to build community capacity to identify local traffic safety priorities and build local solutions to address them.

2018/19 Grant Calls

  • Spring: April 30 - June 1
  • Fall: September 17 - November 15

Periodically, Alberta Transportation may offer a different or additional grant call.

NOTE: a decision may take 12-16 weeks after the grant call closes. Once a decision has been made, it can take up to a further four weeks to receive payment.

How to Apply

  1. Make sure there is an open grant call. Applications will not be accepted outside a grant call.
  2. Review the ATSF Guidelines. Guidelines are updated each grant call, so make sure you have the most recent version.
  3. Register or sign in to the ATSF online application to complete your application.
  4. If you would like support with your application, contact our Community Mobilization Team at mobilize@saferoads.com before you submit.

For more information about the Alberta Traffic Safety Fund please email atsf@saferoads.com.

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ENHANCED ALBERTA CHECKSTOP PROGRAM

Funding Status: Applications are currently being accepted for checkstops dated between November 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019.

Impaired driving continues to be a major contributing factor in collisions in the province of Alberta. The Enhanced Alberta Checkstop Program (EACP) is an annual allotment of funds provided to police agencies to carry out overtime checkstops to detect and apprehend impaired drivers.  

Police agencies with a memorandum of understanding with Alberta Transportation may apply for funding. Currently that includes the following agencies:

  • Calgary Police Service
  • Camrose Police Service
  • Edmonton Police Service
  • Lacombe Police Service
  • Lethbridge Police Service
  • Medicine Hat Police Service
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Alberta Traffic Sheriffs

If an agency would like to enquire about obtaining an MOU to access funding, contact us at officeoftrafficsafety@gov.ab.ca.

How to Apply

  1. You must work for an agency with an MOU in place.  
  2. Each department has an allotted amount of money to apply for. Your department EACP Coordinator determines who from your agency should have the ability to apply for funding. Contact your EACP Coordinator first.  
  3. Once your EACP Coordinator determines you have authority to access the site they will advise Alberta Transportation who will then email you a unique invite code to gain access to the EACP portal. You must redeem this invite code to access the site.
  4. Once you receive your email invite you can access the portal and create a username and password. Alberta Transportation does not maintain this information so please ensure you remember your login details.
  5. Policies for applying for checkstop funding is the same to previous processes.
  6. To review your draft/pending/approved checkstops and to enter checkstop stats after the event – access the portal here: https://checkstop.trans.alberta.ca/

For any assistance with your applications contact our Enforcement Coordinator at officeoftrafficsafety@gov.ab.ca

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