The City of Edmonton is seeking public input on what it is calling Traffic Safety Culture, with an open invitation to participate in an online survey relevant to Edmontonians' attitudes and behaviours regarding traffic safety and awareness. Originally launched in 2014, and again in 2016, the Edmonton and Area Traffic Safety Culture Survey was designed to find gaps between intention and actions, just as in the way many may claim to know all the rules of the road, but in practice sometimes break them. 

Mixed traffic in downtown Edmonton, image by Flickr user Mack Male via Creative Commons

The survey covers a full range of topics, including questions about speed, distraction, impaired driving, and pedestrian safety. Open until August 21, 2018, the results of this year's survey will eventually be shared with the public, with an eye towards increasing awareness for every type of commuter from pedestrian to driver, cyclist to transit user, and everything in-between. 

Interested in talking the online survey? Fill it out, and tell us all about it in the comments section below!