Neighbourhood Street Safety

Your Community League's Guide to Engaging your Community!

Street Safety Handbook:

Handbook (web version) | Handbook  (PDF smaller file size) Handbook (PDF larger file size - print) 

 

Survey:

We are collecting data on Community League preferences for managing road safety in their neighbourhoods. The results of this data will be shared with the City of Edmonton as they work to create a new version of their Road Safety Strategy (2021-2025), which will emphasize the lived experience of community members.

 

Neighbourhood-level data will be sent back to your Community League by December 18th. These results will be non-identifiable/non-traceable back to individuals. 

 

Please share our survey widely! Either share the twitter post or the facebook post by the EFCL or simply copy and paste this link--> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EFCLtrafficsafety

Online: Survey 

Print: Survey

 

Neighbourhood Level Maps Organized by District:

Neighbourhood level maps with labels to identify the residential, collector, and arterial roads are provided. Follow the link to the district you reside in to find your neighbourhood. To find out which district your neighbourhood belongs to, click here. Information on how to use these maps is located in the handbook!

 

District A | District B | District C | District D | District E District F  | District G  | District H District I  | District J  | District K | District L 

Note: These maps were created using the City of Edmonton's Open Data Portal. We recommend comparing them with the maps available on maps.edmonton.ca. Choose the View Map option, then choose your neighbourhood or address and zoom in to see the neighbourhood roads - local (white in colour), collector (light yellow in colour) and arterial roads (darker yellow in colour).

 

Additional Resources

David Engwicht's Mental Speed Bumps: Resident Interventions | Resident Intervention Tip Sheet

 How Does Road Design Affect Driver Psychology?

What is Tactical Urbanism?

 

If you have any questions, please email: planning1@efcl.org 






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