As part of an effort to strengthen the response to resident concerns, at its Nov. 9 meeting Town Council sought answers from the administration in regard to complaints expressed in two letters to it. […]
During these challenging times St. Albert RCMP are reminding the public that the police still have a job to do, including traffic enforcement. Whether it is Automated Traffic Enforcement or Police Officer Enforcement, St. Albert RCMP want the community to be safe and that includes when they are operating a motor vehicle. […]
With approximately 5,000 school buses transporting more than 400,000 children to school each day across Alberta, the province is cautioning motorists to be careful as school resumes.
The government says nearly half of the drivers who involved in bus collisions committed an error, the most common of which is following too closely. […]
Speeding, signage, crosswalks, parking and safety continue to be the major issues for Morinville’s Traffic Advisory Committee. The committee’s 2014 Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Report will be presented by Town Council Tuesday night. […]
The Basic License Driver’s Handbook has the following to say on school bus dangers: “The greatest danger to the safety of students on a school bus happens when motorists pass a bus while it is loading or unloading students.”… […]
By Stephen Dafoe
Morinville – A year after a public open house and six months after the review process ended, the community got its first glimpse of a draft Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Review Report during the June 25 Council meeting.
The 22-page report focuses on five key areas: safety and awareness projects, speeding, signage, crosswalks, and parking. It is the result of feedback the Morinville Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) received from the community during an open house and through an online survey… […]
By Morinville News Staff
Edmonton – The province released its long weekend traffic statistics Wednesday afternoon. Police stopped and ticketed 4,051 speeders between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3 on the province’s highways… […]
The Town of Morinville held an open house last week to get some input on traffic and pedestrian safety in the community. Considerable efforts have been made this year to map out every speed zone sign, stop sign, yield sign, crosswalk sign, and all the other elements that advise people on the rules of the road. It’s a shame the whole project is a giant waste of time and money… […]
By Stephen Dafoe
Morinville – The Town of Morinville is hoping residents will come out and provide their input into the community’s plans for traffic and pedestrian safety in town. The two-hour event takes place Tuesday night at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Debbie Oyarzun said the best way to participate in Morinville’s Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Review is to come to the open house itself. “We’ll have some large-scale maps up,” she… […]
So another teen was hit trying to cross 100 Avenue last week. Sprained ankle, light concussion, couple bruises. She was home the next day. She’s lucky because it could have been far worse, even tragic… […]
By MorinvilleNews.com Staff
Sturgeon County – Morinville RCMP Staff Sergeant Mac Richards brought his third quarter policing report to Sturgeon County Council Tuesday morning. As in previous instalments, Richards said crime in the County was not on the rise. In fact, it was less than anticipated over the summer months… […]
By MorinvilleNews.com staff
Edmonton – Law enforcement was out in full force over the August long weekend, pulling over vehicles on provincial highways for a number of infractions. RCMP and Alberta Sheriffs issued approximately 764 fewer violations than they did during the same weekend in 2010. The holiday weekend netted 3,290 charges this year, compared with 4,054 charges in 2010… […]