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The City is improving and revitalizing 106 Street between 99 Avenue and 104 Avenue and 107 Street between 99 Avenue and Jasper Avenue.

What We Heard - March 2020

On March 11, 2020, a public event was held to share the draft concept plans with the public, provide project updates, and seek public and stakeholder feedback. For more information on the feedback from this engagement, review the What We Heard report.

What We Heard Report

About the Project

The City is improving downtown streets to support safe and comfortable movement for all modes of transportation. The 106 and 107 Streets Project supports a sustainable, vibrant and green community. It also includes improving and revitalizing 100 Avenue and 99 Avenue between 106 and 107 Streets.

Streetscaping is the process of designing an area for the use of all modes, including walking, cycling/e-scooters, public transit and vehicles. Items in a streetscape can include sidewalks, street lights, street furniture and functional spaces to define the character of an area. Streetscaping also includes adding more trees and plants to create a greener space in the corridor.

As part of the Capital City Downtown Plan, 106 Street and 107 Street were selected for green and walkable streetscaping as well as road rehabilitation of 107 Street, and multiple proposals for private residential developments along 106 Street.

This project will develop a vision and concept plan for the 106 and 107 Streets Streetscape.

106 Street

106 Street, in the heart of the Warehouse Campus District, is currently lined with parking lots and low-rise buildings. It has a protected 2 direction bike lane on the west side, along with on-street parking.

The future Warehouse Campus Neighbourhood Park will front 106 Street between Jasper Avenue and 102 Avenue and there are also active development proposals for multiple new residential towers.

There is an opportunity to plan 106 Street as a green link, bridging the Warehouse Campus Neighbourhood Park to the rest of the Warehouse District and throughout downtown.

107 Street

107 Street has one of the highest pedestrian counts in the downtown core, given its proximity to the Legislature, Norquest College, MacEwan University and the Corona LRT station. It is lined with office buildings and is part of the downtown bike network between 99 Avenue and 100 Avenue.

107 Street is envisioned as a green corridor that will connect the future Warehouse Campus Neighbourhood Park and the Legislature grounds, as identified in the draft Downtown Public Places Plan.

Project Timeline

Spring 2020: Final concept design 

November 2019 - April 2020: Draft concept planning

August - October 2019: Visioning and draft concept design 

Project History

Public Event 2 – March 2020

On March 11, 2020, the public was invited to attend a drop-in event to talk about the project, meet the project team members, review the draft concept plan and provide feedback.

Meeting Materials:
Display boards

Concept plans:
General Concept (15MB)
107 Street (between 99 Avenue and Jasper Avenue)
106 Street (Jasper Avenue to 104 Avenue)
106 Street (99 Avenue to Jasper Avenue)
100 Avenue (106 Street to 107 Street)
99 Avenue (106 Street to 107 Street)

Public Event 1 - September 2019

On September 26, 2019, a public event was held to introduce the project, provide background information and seek public and stakeholder input. The public was invited to share feedback and ideas to develop a vision and options for the 106 and 107 Street Streetscape Project.

What We Heard Report

Event Materials: 
Display Boards (25MB)
Fact Sheet

For More Information

Ali Alou

Title Project Manager

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