22ND INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TRAFFIC SAFETY CONFERENCE
Vision Zero Edmonton
22ND INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TRAFFIC SAFETY CONFERENCE Call for Abstracts deadline November 13, 2018
The City of Edmonton's Traffic Safety section is proud to host T2019,
the 22nd International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS) Conference.
Hosted on a rotating basis amongst a range of relevant organizations including Edmonton's own Traffic Safety section, this conference brings together delegates drawn from the areas of public health and safety, traffic, and transport psychology, public health, law, medicine, economics, law enforcement, public policy, education, pharmacology, toxicology, forensic science, human factors, and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation.
For over 65 years delegates have met to find solutions to issues relating to alcohol, drugs and traffic safety around the world. From the first host city Stockholm, Sweden to more recent host cities including Oslo, Norway, Brisbane, Australia and Gramado, Brazil, ICADTS provides delegates with a great opportunity to network and explore ideas and solutions to current and emerging issues.
Edmonton is honoured to have been chosen as the next host city. We are a city recognized for our leadership and innovative approach to traffic safety. Edmonton is also known for its outstanding hospitality, vibrant lifestyle and boundless energy when it comes to welcoming the world. As a culturally diverse city of close to a million people and as the capital city of Alberta, Edmonton has a great deal to offer conference delegates.
Join us for T2019 and experience what our great city has to offer!
The City of Edmonton, host City of the 22nd International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety Conference recently released their 2018 Vision Zero Edmonton Annual Report. While traffic fatalities and severe injuries are on the decline, the City remains dedicated to improving everyone’s safety across all modes of transportation, and, ultimately, reaching Vision Zero. […]