From community programs helping parents know how to install and secure child seats properly to a buyer's guide to used vehicles, traffic and vehicle safety programs help keep our streets and neighbourhoods safe.
Distracted Driving is a serious traffic safety issue. The fine for Distracted Driving is $287 and 3 demerits. Learn more about the Distracted Driving Legislation and see how It's Never Been a Good Idea.
Driving can be a pleasant road trip, or it can be a stand-still evening in rush hour. The Edmonton Police Service wants to keep our streets safe and you can help by learning more about road rage, distracted driving, our Curb the Danger program, what to do when you see an emergency vehicle, and more.
Finding the right car seat for a child can be very confusing. Car seats come in a variety of shapes and sizes and manufacturer’s directions must be adhered to. There are a number of websites that have useful information. More...
30 km/h School Zones
School zones are new to the City of Edmonton, so make sure you know the rules of the road for these areas. More...
Buyers Guide to Used Vehicles
When you're looking for a great deal on a used vehicle, make sure you're getting the real deal. Read our top 10 ways to avoid buying a stolen vehicle.
With the help of Sergeant Kerry Bates, EPS' Twitter account has been hosting #TrafficTuesday, where citizens can Tweet their traffic-related questions. Watch our Top #TrafficTuesday questions videos to clarify some of your traffic questions!
The Commercial Vehicle Inspection Unit (CVIU) is dedicated to ensuring the drivers of commercial vehicles and the loads they carry are safe to be on Edmonton roads. More...
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