View up-to-the-minute traffic camera images of current road conditions on major routes as well as other key intersections. *These cameras are solely for traffic monitoring and not enforcement. Cameras can be down for maintenance or in the case of collisions, to protect the identity of those involved.*
Census data is an official count of dwelling units and population within those units. The data is physically collected and may be supplemented with other information such as the periodic age/gender distribution data. This additional data allows for better interpretation of the population statistics. A community district is a fixed boundary within Calgary, created by and for the Corporation. It represents a distinct geographical area of the city that is determined through the Land Development/Subdivision Process and approved by Council.
**The City of Calgary's City travel time server is currently offline due to a maintenance update. We apologize for the inconvenience.**
Current travel times when traveling by car between various points within the city. Data is collected through Bluetooth devices and estimates travel times and congestion to produce an average travel time. These drive times are then displayed on electronic signs at key locations along freeways.
This dataset contains the 2015 average daily weekday traffic volume information for Calgary roads. This shows average daily weekday traffic in 2015, which contain the customized road segments name (SECNAME) with new road classification (ROADCLASS), two-way total volumes (VOLUME), and year (YEAR_VOL), the rest of fields such as Shape and shape length are mandatory fields in GIS and present the geometry information of each road segments.
Data is provided monthly by the Calgary Police Service. The dataset is updated by the 10th of every month. For example, January statistics will be available after February 10. Disorder events included are: Drunk, Disturbance, Indecent Act, Juvenile Complaint, Landlord/tenant, Mental health concern, Neighbor dispute, Party complaint, Prowler, Suspicious person, Threats, Drugs, Noise complaint, Possible gunshots, Unwanted guest/patron, Prostitution, Speeder, Suspicious Auto (grouped as Social Disorder), Fire, Property damage and Abandoned auto (grouped as Physical Disorder). Only public-generated calls are included. Crime count is based on the most serious violation (MSV) per incident. Violence: These figures include all violent crime offences as defined by the Centre for Canadian Justice Statistics Universal Crime Reporting (UCR) rules. Domestic violence is excluded. Break and Enter: Residential B&E includes both House and ‘Other’ structure break and enters due to the predominantly residential nature of this type of break in (e.g. detached garages, sheds). B&Es incidents include attempts.
**Resident counts are pulled from census data which is collected Apr/May of each year and apply to community crime stats from June of current year to May of the following year.
ex) 2018 Census data applies to June 2018-May 2019 Community Crime stats