If a postal service disruption occurs, violation tickets will be mailed after mail delivery resumes.
Leduc’s traffic safety program is enhanced through a policing partnership between Leduc Enforcement Services and Leduc RCMP. The goals of this program are to reduce collisions and provide safe roads in the city and surrounding area.
Automated Traffic Enforcement (ATE)
Traffic safety efforts will be deployed to locations throughout the City of Leduc. ATE will be setup in the following zones for the month of November:
|School Zones / Areas||Regular Zones|
|Motorists can expect to see ATE in school zones for the month when school zones restrictions are in effect. School zones are in effect every school day from 8 to 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 3 to 4:30 p.m. The speed limit in school zones is 30 km/hr.||You can expect to see ATE in the following areas for the month.|
To learn more about ATE:
- Fine payment and speeding fines
- Frequently asked questions
- Request ATE in your neighbourhood
- Photo enforcement site criteria
On Jan. 1, 2016 the provincial Distracted Driving Law came into effect with a penalty of $287 and 3 demerit points. If a motorist creates a serious collision while driving distracted, they can expect a $543 ticket, with 6 demerit points for careless driving. Learn more about distracted driving in Leduc.
Other community safety initiatives include:
- Speed awareness signs
- Utility trailers, RVs, quads and heavy vehicles
- Child seat safety check in partnership with Alberta Health nurses
- Bicycle safety clinics
- Stop sign and traffic violations
- Routine patrols