Call for proposals: Be involved in boosting Canada’s road safety
Keeping roads safe is imperative to drivers across the country—and Canada’s Enhanced Road Safety Transfer Payment Program (ERSTPP) continues to play a pivotal role in doing so. By addressing road safety challenges, the program’s mission is to reduce road-related collisions, injuries, and fatalities while fostering collaboration with provincial and territorial road safety initiatives.
As part of their ongoing commitment to keeping Canadians safe on the road, ERSTPP has announced their fourth call for proposals until February 8th, 2024. This call invites organizations and stakeholders to submit proposals for projects that align with the goals of the ERSTPP, which can include technological advancements, infrastructure improvements, educational campaigns, or community engagement initiatives.
To be part of a collaborative effort that spans the country, and aims to improve road safety across the country, we encourage you to apply or obtain mor information through the website. The deadline to apply is February 8th at 11:59 p.m. PST.
About the Enhanced Road Safety Transfer Payment Program
The Enhanced Road Safety Transfer Payment Program (ERSTPP) aims to enhance road safety across Canada through contributions from various organizations and stakeholders. The program recognizes the importance of working with provinces and territories to create a comprehensive, unified, and safe transportation system. By providing financial support, ERSTPP encourages the implementation of innovative projects and initiatives that address the complex challenges associated with road safety.