Neighbourhood Traffic Calming
Grandin - Grosvenor Boulevard at Grenfell Avenue intersection
The City of St Albert is conducting a survey and hosting an open house to evaluate the temporary Traffic Calming measures that have been in place in Grandin since 2017. We would like to hear your opinions on the measures we’ve taken to increase driver and pedestrian / cyclist safety in the area.
Initial improvements were initiated by resident concerns and influenced by a traffic safety review of the area following a tragic motor vehicle collision involving a young cyclist on Grenfell Avenue.
These changes address resident concerns about intersection control, pedestrian safety and vehicle speeds at the Grosvenor Boulevard and Grenfell Avenue intersection.
The roadway changes in Grandin at the intersection of Grosvenor Boulevard and Grenfell Avenue include pedestrian crossing improvements, curb extensions and increased signage. As the City of St. Albert decides on more permanent changes, we would value your feedback.
Traffic Calming is part of a larger initiative within St. Albert to meet the objectives of the City’s Transportation Safety Plan and the priority goal of “Vision Zero” – where no serious injuries or fatalities result from motor vehicle collisions on our roadways.
A public opinion survey is being conducted and a public open house will be held Wednesday, June 19, 2019 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Grosvenor Pool (Grandin Club House). We hope you will come down to learn more about the changes, ask questions and provide your perspectives to our City Transportation staff.
For more information, please visit the Grandin Traffic Calming webpage. We hope to see you at the open house.
Last edited: June 18, 2019