192 people have been killed or injured on Whyte Avenue over the past 10 years. We've ignored the human toll for too long.

It's time to stop the carnage. It's time to #RebootWhyte.

News-Christina-Varvis-Parklet-Memorial-2 Media Recap - (Christina Varvis) Our media release last week initiated a widespread discussion in Edmonton last week. Here is a recap of the stories and interviews that your Reboot Whyte Committee participated in: August 13 “Edmonton has ‘ignored human toll’ of Whyte Avenue collisions for too long: group” (Metro Edmonton) August 25 “Whyte Avenue ‘unacceptably dangerous’ for pedestrians,
reboot #RebootWhyte Event: Success! - On August 28th, about 100 Edmontonians took action for a safer, more human-scaled Whyte Avenue. People gathered at Corbett Hall on the West end of Whyte. So many kids! (Photo courtesy of Nelson Niwa) The walk-bike-skate then proceeded down Whyte to the Isaak Kornelsen Memorial Parklet. “Borrowing” some space from cars to get the procession down the