Alberta Transportation Online Services

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TRAVIS Web Users: Contact the CPO at 1-800-662-7138 for all questions and assistance concerning overweight permits.

New TRAVIS Web Registrants: Registration applications will only be processed during business hrs & approval may take up to 2 working days. Your login ID/Password will be emailed as soon as your registration is finalized.

Prorate Portal Users :  

CARRIER PROFILES FROM THE WEB ARE NOT ABLE TO BE OPENED ON MAC'S, IPHONES AND BLACKBERRIES - DOC'S WILL GET CORRUPTED



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


Breathalyzer Web


Breathalyzer Web : Description


Uploading and posting of breathalyzer calibration certificates. (For Law Enforcement Only)

Breathalyzer Web : What's New



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/Public Profile : 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 : What's New


 


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


November 29, 2016

New RCMP detachment.  Drayton Valley RCMP are live on eCollision as of this morning.  Collisions occurring within their jurisdiction but reported elsewhere can now be forwarded to them thru eCollision. 

October 24, 2016

If you require a collision record to be re-worked back. Please email charlotte.bliemel@gov.ab.ca elaine.laraque@gov.ab.ca and colleen.plasche@gov.ab.ca 

Please include our collision case number.

October 13, 2016

Changes to eCollision\eCruiser occurred last night.  Effective today either the Date of Birth or Birthdate Unknown must be completed for the vehicle owner information.

June 15, 2016

RCMP Detachments eCollision Users only:
When requesting NEW eCollision Users or needed to change Locations you will have to go through your K Access, they will then contact us.

           RCMP.KAccess-Kacces.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

 

 

March 3, 2015
We are getting a large number of password reset requests.  You can find the instructions to reset your passwords in the How-To section located above in the Reference Documentation section.  Click on How-to Series and then click on Resetting a Password.

Nov 25, 2014
TIP!
We have noticed a lot of attachments being entered as vehicle objects in eCollision.  Just a reminder that when a collision involves an attachment we require the information for the vehicle pulling the attachment and not the information for the attachment itself.  The attachment is taken care of in the dropdown menus

 Tip!
Collisions in an Open status can be updated and saved within eCollision.  It is not required for the collision to be printed out, changes added, and then mailed in to Transportation.  Collisions in a Submitted status can be reopened (status changed from Submitted to Open) by a Reviweing Officer in your office.

 

 


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



Linux app


Linux app : Description


Linux application

Linux app : 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



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


Nov 8, 2016: TRAVIS Announcement The Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System (TRAVIS) is a software system used for managing the business of issuing and maintaining over-dimensional permits and operating authority certificates. TRAVIS supports the Central Permit Office and Carrier Services within Alberta Transportation.

Alberta Transportation is undertaking a project to modernize the TRAVIS system.  The intent of the project is to update the technology base and make business improvements, providing the department and the system users with benefits in functionality and productivity.  The project is in its early stages and Alberta Transportation has assigned a business analyst, to gather initial information about the TRAVIS system and its users. Many stakeholders have been identified in this modernization effort and each of them will be involved in the appropriate way as the project progresses. 

The project will consist of a number of phases prior to the implementation of a new solution.  These phases include information gathering, market scan, planning, requirements development, procurement activities such as RFP, and vendor selection.  These activities will take place over the next 12 months with project implementation beginning mid-year in 2017.

Information gathering is currently underway.  As part of this, the market scan will look at other jurisdictions and also include a Request for Information (RFI) that is designed to help us learn what the vendor community has to offer in this space. This will allow the project team to effectively scope and plan the rest of the project.

The project is based on principles of good communications and consultation.  We will endeavour to keep everyone informed and involve all of the appropriate stakeholders in key project activities.

Seasonal Weights for Heavy Haul and Service Rigs:

Effective 12:01 am, Thursday, September 1, 2016, Fall season weights for heavy haul and Period 4 weights for service rig are in effect on roads province wide.


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


NOV  8, 2016 Alberta Transportation is undertaking a project to modernize the TRAVIS system.  The intent of the project is to update the technology base and make business improvements, providing the department and the system users with benefits in functionality and productivity.  The project is in its early stages and Alberta Transportation has assigned a business analyst, to gather initial information about the TRAVIS system and its users. Many stakeholders have been identified in this modernization effort and each of them will be involved in the appropriate way as the project progresses. 

The project will consist of a number of phases prior to the implementation of a new solution.  These phases include information gathering, market scan, planning, requirements development, procurement activities such as RFP, and vendor selection.  These activities will take place over the next 12 months with project implementation beginning mid-year in 2017.

Information gathering is currently underway.  As part of this, the market scan will look at other jurisdictions and also include a Request for Information (RFI) that is designed to help us learn what the vendor community has to offer in this space. This will allow the project team to effectively scope and plan the rest of the project.

The project is based on principles of good communications and consultation.  We will endeavour to keep everyone informed and involve all of the appropriate stakeholders in key project activities.

Nov 8, 2016:TRAVIS Announcement The Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System (TRAVIS) is a software system used for managing the business of issuing and maintaining over-dimensional permits and operating authority certificates. TRAVIS supports the Central Permit Office and Carrier Services within Alberta Transportation.

Seasonal Weights for Heavy Haul and Service Rigs:Effective 12:01 am, Thursday, September 1, 2016, Fall season weights for heavy haul and Period 4 weights for service rigs are in effect on roads province wide.

 


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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