The City of Edmonton is exploring a Vision Zero Street Lab in Allard after hearing about street safety
concerns in the area. Vision Zero Street Labs use adaptable traffic calming measures to address traffic
safety concerns such as unsafe speeds, shortcutting, and pedestrian safety.
The City would like to explore residents’ perspectives and gain insights into their lived experiences and
traffic safety concerns. City staff will use these learnings to determine if a Street Lab is needed for your
We want to hear from people who use all modes of transportation to get around the city. This is where
we need your help!
The opportunities listed on the next page are available for all residents. You are welcome to participate
in as many as you’d like. All of the online tools are hosted on engaged.edmonton.ca, which will be a hub
for information about this project moving forward.
|Event||Date/Time||Location or URL||Description|
|Walk and Roll Audit|
|Tuesday, July 18|
at 6:00 PM
(In the event of extreme weather conditions, the Walk and Roll Audit may be cancelled andor rescheduled.)
|Dr. Lila Fahlman School, 680|
Allard Blvd SW
|Move around your|
community with City staff
to discuss access, mobility,
and street safety.
Please register by visiting engaged.edmonton.ca/Allard
|Online Map||Open until|
|Identify locations of|
interest on the online map.
|Online Survey||Open until|
|Complete a short survey to|
share your insights.
- After engagement activities end, City staff will create a What We Heard report to share learnings through the Engaged Edmonton website.
- If a Street Lab is the best fit for your neighbourhood, City staff will create a Street Lab plan based on Safe Mobility best practices, traffic safety data, technical expertise, and the experiences community members have shared.
Please direct any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch!