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"Traffic Safety Act "

Traffic Safety Act

This Act promotes safety on the province's highways, the definition of which includes any street, road, sidewalk or bridge that the public is ordinarily entitled or permitted to use. Part 1 provides for matters of general administration, including the appointment of a Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services; Part 2 for the establishment of the Alberta Transportation Safety Board and the conduct before it of hearings, reviews and appeals; Part 3 for matters of motor vehicle administration, including license, registration and insurance requirements; Part 4 for disqualifications from driving, including disqualifications arising from impaired driving and other offences; Part 5 for the general operation of vehicles, including their prohibited operation; Part 6 for off-highway vehicles; Part 6.1 for transportation network companies; Part 7 for commercial motor transport; and Part 8 for enforcement, rights, remedies and obligations.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: T-6 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Transportation
    Current to 12/15/2017
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779800872
    Pages 192
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Traffic Safety Act ...

Access to Motor Vehicle Information Regulation

This Regulation provides for the lawful release of personal driving and motor vehicle information by the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 140/2003
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Alberta Transportation Safety Board Appeal Fees Regulation

This Regulation sets fees for appeals to the Alberta Transportation Safety Board.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 259/2003
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Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage Regulation

This Regulation applies to goods transported by commercial vehicle on Alberta’s highway network. It sets out the specific information that must be included in bills of lading and waybills. Specific reporting requirements apply to certain types of goods being transported, for example to livestock and household goods. Conditions of carriage are also set out in the Regulation’s Schedules. The Regulation is set to expire on July 1, 2018.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 313/2002
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Commercial Vehicle Certificate and Insurance Regulation

This Regulation prescribes the insurance requirements for specific types of commercial vehicles. It also seeks to achieve high levels of compliance with transportation legislation by providing for certification processes that are associated with the issuing of Safety Fitness Certificates and Operating Authority Certificates. One or both certificates must be applied for and acquired to operate most commercial vehicles lawfully on Alberta’s highways. The Regulation requires the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services to establish and maintain operator profiles to monitor the activities and safety records of carriers and other persons
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 314/2002
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation

The Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation regulates the weights, dimensions and configurations of commercial vehicles being operated on Alberta’s highways. The Regulation balances road infrastructure impacts, road safety, and public safety concerns with efficiencies related to the commercial transportation industry. The Regulation is set to expire July 1, 2018.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 315/2002
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Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation

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The Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation adopts specified national standards relating to the safe condition and operation of commercial vehicles, including specified National Safety Code for Motor Carriers Standards, Society of Automotive Engineers Standards, Underwriters’ Laboratory of Canada Standards, Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and Canadian Standards Association Standards. Compliance these and other safety and maintenance standards set out in regulation is required. The Regulation also creates inspection and reporting obligations, and contains a section that is specific to school buses. This Regulation has no expiry date.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 121/2009
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Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (Comes with paper insert including changes from Alberta Regulation 98/2017 - effective May 30, 2017)

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The Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation adopts specified national standards relating to the safe condition and operation of commercial vehicles, including specified National Safety Code for Motor Carriers Standards, Society of Automotive Engineers Standards, Underwriters’ Laboratory of Canada Standards, Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and Canadian Standards Association Standards. Compliance these and other safety and maintenance standards set out in regulation is required. The Regulation also creates inspection and reporting obligations, and contains a section that is specific to school buses. This Regulation has no expiry date.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 121/2009
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Demerit Point Program and Service of Documents Regulation

This Regulation provides the legislative framework, timelines and process for the administration of demerit points for driving offenses. The Regulation provides for notice provisions for accumulating points, as well as for the ultimate suspension of a driver’s license for accumulated demerit points.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 331/2002
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Distracted Driving Regulation

This Regulation exempts individuals who hold radio operator certificates under the Radiocommunication Act (Canada) and others from those sections of the Traffic Safety Act that prohibit distracted driving. The manner in which a cellular phone or a radio communication device may be use in "hands-free mode" is specified.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 113/2011
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation

The Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation regulates driving instructors, driver examiners, and schools and businesses offering driver training and examination services and governs Alberta’s privatized, competitive industry. Its intention is to promote a high level of consumer protection and public safety through providing for separate licensing schemes for schools, instructors and examiners. Maintaining the privacy and safety of students, and the safety of the general public is also an important aspect of this Regulation. The Registrar of Motor Vehicles Services has been granted significant authority under the Regulation to manage the details associated with licensing, curriculum, and other aspects of the driver training industry. The Regulation is set to expire on November 1, 2016.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 316/2002
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Drivers' Hours of Service Regulation

This Regulation enhances safety on Alberta's roads by limiting the on-duty hours of the drivers of certain vehicle types, and by specifying the number of off-duty hours between shifts. The Regulation applies generally to buses and to vehicles having a gross weight of 11 794 kg or more and includes provisions exempting certain vehicles and activities from the Regulation’s application. The Regulation also articulates the specific recording obligations of drivers. The Regulation’s expiry date is March 18, 2022.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 317/2002
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Fish Creek Provincial Park Parking and Stopping Regulation

This Regulation makes it an offence to park or stop a motor vehicle on a provincial highway in the Fish Creek Provincial Park, unless required or permitted.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 175/2003
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Off-highway Vehicle Regulation

This Regulation governs the driving and operation of off-highway vehicles, including 4-wheel drive vehicles, all-terrain vehicles and snow vehicles. Registration and other fees are established.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 319/2002
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Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation

This Regulation sets standards and procedures for obtaining operator’s licenses, as well as providing a classification of licenses and the requirements for each type of license and provisions for their renewal, expiry, and suspension. The Regulation additionally provides for the registration of vehicles, providing classifications and outlining permitted uses for each class of vehicle. Related to the registration of vehicles, the Regulation provides rules for types, conditions, and uses of license plates. The Regulation additionally outlines the authority of the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services with respect to licensing and registration, and provides for a number of fees related to licensing and registration.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 320/2002
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Service Restriction Regulation

This Regulation lists the sections, other Acts and regulations to which section 57 of the Traffic Safety Act applies. Section 57 of the Traffic Safety Act grants authority to the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services to restrict certain motor vehicle-related services for non-payment of fines and penalties. Services the Registrar may restrict under section 57 include the issuing of motor vehicle documents and vehicle registration. This Regulation is set to expire on September 30, 2019.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 321/2002
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Traffic Control Device Regulation

Under this Regulation, traffic control devices placed, marked, or erected under the authority of the Traffic Safety Act must conform with the design standards prescribed in the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada, published by the Transportation Association of Canada. The Regulation adopts the manual and any of its subsequent editions in its entirety. The Regulation is set to expire on September 30, 2024.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 254/2004
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Transportation Network Companies Regulation

The Transportation Network Companies Regulation prohibits the operation of a transportation network company without obtaining the approval of the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. It additionally requires adequate insurance coverage for transportation network vehicles, and describes the appropriate coverage for an acceptable insurance policy. The regulation requires that transportation network companies receive background checks, and forbids the approval of any driver who is charged with, or has been convicted of, offenses listed in the regulation. Finally, the regulation provides for the imposition of administrative penalties for violations of the regulation.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 100/2016
    Status: Current
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Use of Highway and Rules of the Road Regulation

This Regulation governs the utilization of highways and the use and operation of vehicles in respect of speeding, signalling, passing, turning, yielding, stopping, parking and other matters. Rules regarding the driving and operation of school buses, emergency and maintenance vehicles and motor cycles and other cycles are established.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 304/2002
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Vehicle Equipment Regulation

This Regulation sets out equipment standards with which vehicles in Alberta must comply. In some cases, these standards are specific to Alberta, in other cases the Regulation directly incorporates federal regulations or is harmonized with national standards. In addition to creating requirements for all vehicles, the Regulation additionally sets standards for specific vehicles and examples (e.g. tow trucks, wide loads, or fire fighting vehicles).
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 122/2009
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Vehicle Inspection Regulation

This Regulation ensures that only vehicles that are safe to operate can continue operating on Alberta’s highway network. This is achieved through: designating certain vehicles as salvage vehicles; regulating the sale of salvage, out-of-province and used vehicles, and; creating a comprehensive vehicle inspection program. The Regulation requires vehicle inspection facilities and technicians to be licensed and to adhere to strict standards. Both are subject to being investigated. The Regulation is set to expire on April 1, 2017.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 211/2006
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Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation

This Regulation governs the removal, storage, release, reclamation and disposal of abandoned vehicles and vehicles seized, removed or immobilized by peace officers pursuant to the Traffic Safety Act. The grounds on which seizures and immobilizations may be appealed to the Alberta Transportation Safety Board are set out.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 251/2006
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