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Traffic safety is a shared responsibility between motorists and pedestrians. There are no accidents; by avoiding distractions, reducing speed and preventing impaired driving we can reduce collisions.
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From community partnerships with safety organizations to advocating for better traffic safety laws, AMA focuses on solutions that make our roads safer for Alberta families.
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4 out of 5 Albertans
admit to speeding
Driving too fast is an error in judging what is safe. Speeding doesn’t help make time, but it does create a danger on our roads. Every 15 kph increase over 80 kph doubles the chance of a serious or fatal injury in a crash.
Speeding is dangerous, let's slow down
and look at what really matters!
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Traffic Safety QUICKLINKS
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