The City is on track for a successful road construction season

“City Council has made it a priority to improve and maintain our city’s roadways,” said Mayor Don Iveson. “It’s vital for our economic success and our quality of life. I’m delighted to see the progress we are making on this commitment during this year's road construction season.”

The City is investing $451 million on arterial, bridge, interchange and neighbourhood road projects in 2015. Projects completed so far this construction season include:

103/102A Avenue (104 Street to 100 Street)
Victoria Trail (Yellowhead Trail to Abbottsfield Road)
Stony Plain Road eastbound (186 Street to 175 Street)
66 Street (149 to 153 Avenue)
Ongoing projects include:

Neighbourhood Renewal projects in Rosslyn, Westmount, Avonmore, Bonnie Doon, Queen Alexandra and Westwood
102 Avenue (178 Street to 184 Street)
Connors Road (90 Avenue to 94 Street)
“We’ve been fortunate to have great weather for construction this season,” said Dorian Wandzura, general manager for Transportation. “We know construction projects can be inconvenient, and we thank Edmontonians for being patient while we upgrade infrastructure for them.”

For more information on construction projects, visit the City of Edmonton website at edmonton.ca/roadprojects or use the interactive map at edmonton.ca/constructiononyourstreets