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About the Project

The City of Edmonton will be undertaking roadway rehabilitation and shared-use path widening along Saskatchewan Drive from 99 to 109 Street. Pending approval of funding, construction of upgrades will be coordinated with adjacent Neighbourhood Renewal and the replacement of Duggan Bridge over Fort Hill Road.

The draft design for Saskatchewan Drive includes improvements to better accommodate and support motorists, pedestrians and cyclists while enhancing usability and safety for all users.

Where We Are

Planning for the Saskatchewan Drive Roadway Rehabilitation and SUP Widening includes a comprehensive community and public engagement program.

Public engagement activities began in spring 2018, with input sought on the functionality of intersections, connections to the community, SUP and corridor operations, and were completed in summer 2018. The draft concept design was presented in fall 2018. Preliminary engineering is anticipated to begin in spring 2019.

Project Timeline

Concept Design - Fall 2018

Preliminary Design - Spring 2019

Project Lifecycle Concept

Project History

Public Engagement Drop-In - September 2018

The City held a drop-in session on September 26 to allow residents to see how public input helped shape the concept design for Saskatchewan Drive.

The draft plans were on display and City representatives were present to answer questions.

Draft Design 1

Draft Design 2

Display Boards

Public Engagement Drop-In - July 2018

The City hosted a drop-in event on July 28 so residents could share their thoughts on the current conditions on Saskatchewan Drive and the Shared-Use Path. Feedback was also collected about what enhancements we can make to better support the pedestrians, cyclists and motorists who use them.

What We Heard

Public Engagement Drop-In - April 2018

The City held a drop-in session on April 19 where attendees could engage with the project team to learn more about Strathcona area projects including neighbourhood renewal, Saskatchewan Drive Rehabilitation, Scona Road/Saskatchewan Drive Right-Hand Turn Improvement and Centre Line LRT.

What We Heard

Display Boards:

Strathcona Neighbourhood Renewal

Centre LRT Study

Saskatchewan Drive and SUP

Scona Road/Saskatchewan Drive Right Turn Improvement

Fact Sheets:

Building a Greater Strathcona

Scona Road/Saskatchewan Drive Right Turn Improvement

Other Projects In The Area

For More Information

Linda Billey




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