Alberta Transportation Online Services

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It may take 5 to 30+ minutes for profiles to generate and send by email due to current volumes.  May 2020 data is available.  Month-end data is scheduled to run on the first Sunday of the month for the previous month's data.

NOTE:  We are making improvements to the carrier profile service, while being mindful to reduce impacts to delivery.  If you encounter an issue, please contact  carrierservicesonlineinfo@gov.ab.ca



Welcome to Alberta Transportation Online Services. This page allows access to the following systems:


Carrier Services Permits


Carrier Services Permits : Description


The Registrar, through Carrier Services Branch, may grant permits for exemptions from the Provincial Traffic Safety Act and regulations and the Federal Motor Vehicle Transport Act and regulations. The safety permits available for online submission include: CAODC Member, Divided Record Authority, Municipal Firefighting Vehicle, Water Well Drilling Rig Exemption, and Oil Well Service Vehicle Cycle Exemption. Carrier Services is not involved with vehicle weight and dimensions or special event permits. Education information related to standard transportation compliance can be found on our website at: http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/499.htm.

Carrier Services Permits : What's New


 


Carrier/Public Profile & Carrier Document Portal


Carrier/Public Profile & Carrier Document Portal : Description


The "Carrier Profile" includes a history of convictions, inspections, and collisions provided to Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation by law enforcement and other government agencies. Other information such as inspection station certifications, audits, and notices documenting violations may also be displayed. The Carrier Profile is used to identify carriers that pose an unacceptable risk to the public. Information contained in the Carrier Profile will be considered when establishing a carrier's safety fitness rating.

Carriers are encouraged to obtain and review their Carrier Profile regularly to help evaluate the effectiveness of their safety and maintenance programs.

The actual description and coding of events are worded using criteria set by the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) and therefore may not be the same wording that appears on law enforcement documentation.

The carrier's current compliance standing can be found in "Part 1 - Carrier Information". This will always reflect events that have occurred in the previous 12 months from the printed date regardless of the Profile Period Start and End Date.

All reasonable efforts have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in this report. If any information shown in this profile is in question, the carrier should consult their records and, if it is believed an inconsistency still exists, contact Carrier Services at 403 340-5444.

An Education Manual has been developed to assist carriers with compliance to transportation safety legislation. The manual and other information regarding Alberta's safety fitness program can be viewed on the internet at:  http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/671.htm

Carrier/Public Profile & Carrier Document Portal : What's New


NOTE: There are intermittent delays when generating profiles based on a timeframe of 5 years or more.  If you encounter an issue, please contact the Carrier and Vehicle Safety Branch at 403-755-6111.

Starting March 9, 2020, some correspondences issued by Alberta Transportation, such as SFCs and certain letters, will be available for carriers to access online. Access is provided by the existing Carrier/Public Profile service through a new Carrier Document Portal service. Not all documents will be available online as some will continue to be delivered by email with attachments and by mail.

EFFECTIVE JAN. 13, 2020 - Public Profiles requested online will be free of charge. 

EFFECTIVE JAN. 03, 2020 - Carrier Profiles requested online be free of charge. 

NOTE:  To ensure that you get the most up to date data on Part 6 - Monitoring Summary, ensure you pull your profile after the 1st Sunday of the Month for the previous Months Monitoring data.


ECS - Electronic Collision System


ECS - Electronic Collision System : Description


Electronic collection of collision information for Driver Programs/Data Acquisition. (For Law Enforcement Only)

ECS - Electronic Collision System : What's New


To have a collision record re-worked back or amended or deleted please email:ecollisionadmin@gov.ab.ca . Please provide us the Alberta Collision case number and the police file number.

Open and submitted Status: means the enforcement agency has control of the record. If the record has been submitted the Reviewing Officer can re-work back to open status or make the necessary changes.

Approved Status: means that Alberta Transportation has control over that record. However we are able to re-work back for the enforcement agency do make the necessary changes.

Upload Pending Status: means that Alberta Transportation has control over that record. However we are able to re-work back for the enforcement agency do make the necessary changes.

Uploaded Status: means that Alberta Transportation is unable to re-work it back. However we can still make the necessary changes if the collision year is not closed for amendments.

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For changing LOCATIONS and ACCESS roles

EPS eCollision Users Contact Janine Fidelson at janine.fidelson@edmontonpolice.ca

CPS eCollision Users Contact 
E-CollisionAccess@calgarypolice.ca

      To inactivate eCollision accounts, Name changes and email address. 

        EPS - Contact Alberta Transportation at  ecollision@gov.ab.ca

       CPS - Contact Alberta Transportation at  ecollision@gov.ab.ca

       To request new user access please follow the steps below for your enforcement agency:

EPS or CPS New Account Registration:

NOTE:RCMP representatives are only provided Guest access to eCollision since the implementation of the PAT collision application. For questions regarding PAT access please contact RCMP.KPAT-KOAP.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Copy link into browser: 

https://www.trans.gov.ab.ca/TravisWebLogin/Register.htm 

-select Continue to this website (not recommended)

Check ECS Electronic Collision System under the Available Application/Services section

Fill in the following fields under the User Information section

Requested User ID: enter your firstname.lastname

First Name: 

Last Name: 

Phone Number:

Work email: 

In the field Access Requested and Reason, please enter the following:

REG#:

Agency: CPS or EPS District:
IE: District 8 Team F or Northeast Division for example

Role Required: Field Officer, Reviewing Officer,(or combination of the two)

Field Officer role: means you can create and submit collision records only.

Reviewing Officer role: means the approve collision records that have been submitted by the Field Officer, but will not allow you to create a collision record. You will require combination of the two roles. 

When all information has been entered, Click on the Click here to validate data after you complete the above form button.  This will cause an automated review of the information you have entered and if there are no errors you will be asked to click again to submit the data.

When you are set up you will receive an automated email with further instructions and actions for you to complete.  Once completed you will be able to log in to eCollision/eCruiser.  

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REQUEST from Alberta Transportation:

When entering the highway number into eCollision please DO NOT enter leading 0's.  For example,  for highway 16 please enter 16 and NOT 016 or for 22x please enter 22x and NOT 022x.  Thank-you for your attention to this detail.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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 February 15, 2018 Cannabis  

With cannabis decriminalization coming in 2018 Alberta Transportation (AT) has introduced a new Driver/Pedestrian Condition option, "Impaired by Drugs and Alcohol", which will be automatically implemented in eCollision on January 1, 2018 and in eCruiser on January 7, 2018.

This will help AT monitor the impacts of cannabis decriminalization on traffic safety.

Please refer to the "Driver/Pedestrian Condition" reference documentation and new definitions in the Classification Manual, all of which are provided above. 

For information about the changes to Driver/Pedestrian Condition reporting effective January 1, 2018, please contact CollisionData@gov.ab.ca.

Thank you for your cooperation!

 


HDO - Highway Data Online


HDO - Highway Data Online : Description


The Highway Data Online application is an online web application that allows external consultants and engineers to access rural highway collision and geometric data. (Only for those authorized to inspect collision records as per the Traffic Safety Act.)

HDO Users: Contact Highway Data Online (HDO) at trans.hdo@gov.ab.ca for questions regarding password reset.

HDO - Highway Data Online : What's New



Prorate IRP - Online Portal


Prorate IRP - Online Portal : Description


Prorate Services administers the International Registration Plan (IRP) for Alberta based commercial carriers that have vehicles traveling and doing business inter-provincially and/or inter-nationally. Carriers wishing to participate in IRP need to apply to Prorate Services and this web site provides this application and other reports.

Prorate IRP - Online Portal : What's New


 


Prorate IRP - Portal (Pilot) DISABLED


Prorate IRP - Portal (Pilot) DISABLED : Description


Prorate Services administers the International Registration Plan (IRP) for Alberta based commercial carriers that have vehicles traveling and doing business inter-provincially and/or inter-nationally. Carriers wishing to participate in IRP need to apply to Prorate Services and this web site provides this application and other reports.

Prorate IRP - Portal (Pilot) DISABLED : What's New



Rail Safety Certificates


Rail Safety Certificates : Description


Rail Safety Certificates

Rail Safety Certificates : What's New


For issues regarding Online Services accounts for Rail Safety Certificates please contact Kerry Von Hollen at Kerry.vonhollen@gov.ab.ca


TIMS - Transportation Infrastructure Management System


TIMS - Transportation Infrastructure Management System : Description


Transportation Infrastructure Management System

TIMS - Transportation Infrastructure Management System : What's New



TRAVIS MJ


TRAVIS MJ : Description


Allows municipalities to approve permit applications for their jurisdiction.

TRAVIS MJ : What's New


TRAVIS MJ will be unavailable for 15 minutes in the 7:00 am and 10:00 am timeframe on Sunday, July 5 due to scheduled maintenance. 


TRAVIS Web (Overloads/Annuals/Licensing)


TRAVIS Web (Overloads/Annuals/Licensing) : Description


This system allows you to quickly and easily submit Oversize and Overweight Permit Applications and to check on the status of your applications or permits. In order to gain access to the system, you must first register.

TRAVIS Web (Overloads/Annuals/Licensing) : What's New


TRAVIS Web & TRAVIS MJ will be unavailable for 15 minutes in the 7:00 am and 10:00 am timeframe on Sunday, July 5 due to scheduled maintenance.  

Effective 12:01 am, Wednesday, July 1, 2020, Summer season weights for heavy haul will come into effect on roads province wide.

For more information on the COVID-19 response, go to: https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/trans-covid19-travis-update.pdf

April 2, 2020:  All CPO staff are working remotely due to COVID-19.  Services are still available during regular CPO hours via email at central.permits@gov.ab.ca.

MARCH 17, 2020:

The Registrar of Motor Vehicles has authorized that all motor vehicle documents which expire between March 17th and May 14th are effectively extended until May 15th, in order to allow residents in Alberta adequate time to renew their motor vehicle documents.

If you are applying for a permit with an Alberta licence plate that expired during this time, please choose Alberta Prorate Extension as the jurisdiction, put in 123 as the cabcard number and add the registered weight.  In the additional comments section, please add the registration expiry date.  If you have any questions, please contact CPO at 1-800-662-7138.

City Operations

Parks and Roads Services

January 24, 2020

Subject: Joining Provincial Automated System for Oversize Vehicle Permitting

The City of Edmonton plans to update the permitting system for overweight and over-dimensional vehicles by joining the Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System Multi Jurisdiction (TRAVIS MJ) in spring 2020. TRAVIS MJ is a Provincially developed and managed automated system for Provincial and municipal roads. The move to TRAVIS MJ will improve permit efficiency for industry.

Background

A Provincial permit is required when an overweight and/or over-dimensional vehicle travels on a roadway in Alberta. The Provincial permit is issued through TRAVIS MJ. A municipal permit is also required when the vehicle uses municipal roads. Currently, the City maintains its own, separate permitting system for vehicle movements within municipal boundaries.

As many commercial carriers use both Provincial and municipal roads, Alberta Transportation developed TRAVIS MJ in 2011 so Provincial and municipal permits could be applied for in one place. Many municipalities have joined since the program began, including Calgary (2015) and Red Deer (2014).

Edmonton's Sign-on to TRAVIS MJ

The City of Edmonton has worked with the Province for the past few years to test and incorporate the City's data into TRAVIS MJ. Administration is confident in the system's design and operation and sees benefit in joining. The system automatically checks load compliance with municipal roadway construction standards and agreements, then issues the permit if appropriate.

The transition to TRAVIS MJ requires adopting a permitting fee structure based upon a per kilometre rate set out in the Alberta Traffic Safety Act - Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation. In addition to the TRAVIS MJ permitting fee, the City will continue to set a baseline single trip fee amount for a single trip permit and trips that require City of Edmonton coordination and support.

Through joining TRAVIS MJ, the City of Edmonton fee structure will change as no updates have been made since 2008:

● a baseline single trip permit fee will increase from $20 to $25,

● a coordination fee of $140 will be introduced for more complex trips that require

coordination with utilities, and

● refunds will no longer be issued for permit cancellation requests.

These fees match Calgary's current rates. The majority of applicants will see an overall decrease in total fees paid compared to today.

Yearly permits will continue to be issued in 2020 with no changes to fees. Further analysis of the fees and conditions of yearly permits will be undertaken in 2020 with any recommended fee changes occurring in 2021.

Next Steps

Further communication will be sent out regarding the specific transition date to TRAVIS MJ in spring 2020.

If you have questions regarding these updates, please contact Darryl Mullen, General Supervisor of Traffic Control and Permitting, at 780-496-1699 or darryl.mullen@edmonton.ca .

Sincerely,

Darryl Mullen

General Supervisor, Traffic Control and Permitting

City of Edmonton

 

December 3, 2019: The Government of Alberta has recently updated the Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation, removing the need for certain permits for vehicles and equipment that are already safe to travel on Alberta's roads without extra terms and conditions. The regulation had not been updated meaningfully in nearly 20 years, requiring carriers to obtain permits to operate certain now-permitted vehicles and equipment that didn't comply with the outdated regulation. For example, a permit was required to use an oversize load sign or equip a vehicle with moose bumpers or aerodynamic devices. These permits were granted every time they were asked for, so government has updated the regulations to reflect modern vehicle weights, dimensions, and standards.

By putting these new dimension and configuration limits and their requirements into regulation, all of the same safety standards remain in place, but carriers no longer have to complete needless paperwork to operate within these limits. The amendment to the regulation will not jeopardize road safety or infrastructure integrity in any way only the need to apply for and renew several types of permits is being removed. Reducing unnecessary, duplicated processes will save commercial carriers and farmers time, money and resources while continuing to uphold safety.

The regulation changes that remove the need for these permits will come into effect on January 31, 2020. You can see the regulation changes in the November 30, 2019 issue of the Alberta Gazette (Part 2) available on the Alberta Queens Printers website, www.qp.alberta.ca .

If your existing permit expires prior to this date, please contact the Central Permit Office at 1-800-662-7138 and your permit will be extended at no fee. There are no refunds for permits that expire after February 1, 2020.

The following table summarizes the changes that have been made in regulation to include several common vehicle types, configurations and equipment and the permits that have been eliminated as a result.  The regulation should be checked for details of the changes.

 

Permit Eliminated

Change

Notes

Movement of Fresh Eggs on Banned Highways

 

Vehicles transporting eggs from the place where the eggs are produced will be exempt from road bans. 

Approval must be obtained from the municipal road authority to travel on banned roads not under the authority of the Alberta government.

Aerodynamic Devices and Heavy Duty Bumpers

 

Aerodynamic devices that meet the specifications currently outlined in the Aerodynamic Devices Permit will be excluded from maximum length measurements.

 

Heavy duty bumpers and devices designed to reduce the impact of wildlife collisions will be excluded from maximum length measurements, as long as they do not extend more than 30 cm beyond the front of trucks or truck tractors. This will not apply to B-trains.

 

A permit is still required to exclude outside rear view mirrors that extend beyond 20 cm of the side of the vehicle or its load from width measurements.

 

 

Long Wheelbase Tractor

 

The longer truck tractor wheelbase dimensions for truck tractors in semi-trailer configurations and truck tractors in a B-train configuration outlined in the Long Wheelbase Tractor Permit will be allowed, provided that there is a corresponding decrease to the trailer wheelbase.

 

The increase allowed and corresponding decrease required are those currently outlined in the Long Wheelbase Tractor Permit.

Overdimensional Signs

 

The additional options for dimension signs on over-dimensional vehicles, pilot, and trail vehicles outlined in the Overdimensional Sign permit will be allowed.

 

The additional lighting options on dimension signs for pilot and trail vehicle outlined in the Overdimensional Sign Permit will also be allowed.

A permit will still be required to use the Long load sign.

Tri-drive Fleet

The tridem drive truck configurations outlined in the Tri-drive Fleet Permit, other than the tridem drive truck and pole trailer combinations, will be allowed.

 

A permit will still be required for tridem drive truck and pole trailer combinations.

 

Carriers operating tridem drive tractors will still require a Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) permit and municipal approval prior to operating a tridem axle group at full weights on a local road.

Increased length on B‑Trains

The maximum overall length for B-trains, including any load, will be increased from 25 metres to 27.5 metres.

 

Increased dimensions for Farm Equipment

The maximum height for farm equipment will be increased to 5 metres high when towed by a truck.

 

The maximum length and height for farm equipment will be increased to 5 metres high and 30.5 meters long when towed by a farm tractor.

 

The maximum length and height for a grain auger will be increased to 5 metres high and 30.5 metres long during daytime when towed by a truck or farm tractor.

 

The maximum height of farm equipment loaded on a trailer will be increased to 5 metres high.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Central Permit Office at 1-800-662-7138 or by email at central.permits@gov.ab.ca. 

October 24, 2019: Please be advised, the Ardrossan VIS and Fort McMurray VIS are currently out of service until repairs can be made. During this time, the scale will be barricaded off and unable for industry to use but the site is still accessible for parking, etc.  

Effective April 1st, 2019Weekend hours for the Central Permit Office will be: Saturday - Sunday- 8:15 am - 4:00 pm, Statutory Holidays - 8:15 am - 4:00 pm (extended hours may apply) 

August 29, 2017: Travel over the Athabasca River (BF76044) on Willow Creek Road is restricted to Contractors and their subcontractors that have a current Master Road Use Agreement with West Fraser Mills Ltd. Contact Hinton Forest Products at 780-865-8900 for additional information.  

 

Subject:

The City of Edmonton plans to update the permitting system for overweight and over-dimensional vehicles by joining the Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System Multi Jurisdiction (TRAVIS MJ) in spring 2020. TRAVIS MJ is a Provincially developed and managed automated system for Provincial and municipal roads. The move to TRAVIS MJ will improve permit efficiency for industry.

Parks and Roads Services

Vehicle Safety Permits


Vehicle Safety Permits : Description


Vehicle Safety Section may grant permits for exemptions from the Traffic Safety Act and regulations relating to vehicle; registration, operation, or equipment requirements. Common permits issued are for a bus pulling a trailer, equipping a bus with a roof rack and bus inspection exemptions. Vehicle Safety is not involved with vehicle weight and dimensions or special event permits.

Vehicle Safety Permits : What's New



eFacility


eFacility : Description


Over 3,000 facilities and 8,000 technicians are licensed by Alberta Transportation to conduct inspections under the Vehicle Inspection Program (VIP), these users would be using this application

eFacility : What's New




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