Information | Scheduled system upgrade - May long weekend

Due to a scheduled system upgrade, some applications and documents on may not be available from 5 p.m. Friday, May 17 until 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 21. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Whether you're walking, biking or driving, The City is committed to keeping Calgarians safe and on the move, both in your community and on Calgary's road network.

By working together, we can improve traffic safety. As responsible drivers, cyclists and pedestrians we can all help drive change.

Calgary safer mobility plan

The Calgary safer mobility plan is a five-year plan aimed at improving the safety of our transportation network. A key target identified in the plan is to achieve a 25 per cent reduction in the number of major injury and fatality collisions.

View the Safer Mobility Plan Annual Report 2022 for the most up-to-date information.

Contact us

If you have additional questions or concerns about:

You can contact 311 or fill out the online form.


The high cost of collisions

In Calgary, the societal cost of road collisions adds up to approximately $1.2 billion a year. These costs include medical and first responder costs, property damage and lost productivity.

Looking for general information on traffic safety? The traffic tips page and traffic tips booklet can answer many of your traffic safety questions.

Working to improve traffic safety

Current innovative traffic safety pilot projects lead by the Traffic Safety team in partnership with the University of Calgary and other Departments, include:

  • Traffic calming curbs
  • Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) at crosswalks
  • Leading Pedestrian Intervals (LPI)
  • Adaptive sidewalks
  • Automated/video-based conflict analysis (VBCA)
  • In-Street Pedestrian Signs
  • Pedestrian Crosswalk Signs with Fluorescent Yellow-Green (FYG) Border
  • Centreline Hardening at Signalized Intersections