Upgrades to the Whitemud Drive/Terwillegar Drive interchange are a part of the Terwillegar Drive Expansion Program.

Online Public Engagement - November 2021

We want to hear from you!

Join the project team online to share your feedback on the preliminary design for Stage Two: Whitemud Drive and Interchange Upgrades.


An online survey is available from November 18-December 9, 2021. Paper surveys are available by contacting 311.

Take the survey

Online Presentation and Live Q&A
Thank you to everyone who participated in the November 18 online presentation for the preliminary design of the project. If you were unable to attend, please watch the event recording.

Your input will be considered alongside City plans and policies as well as technical requirements as the design and construction plans for Stage Two are finalized.

About the Project

Stage Two builds on Stage One, including additional upgrades to increase the capacity of Terwillegar Drive, improve safety, accommodate current and planned transit services and enhance existing active transportation connections:

  • Widening and rehabilitating the Rainbow Valley Bridges: 4 lanes in each direction
  • Whitemud Drive/Terwillegar Drive interchange upgrades: 
    • Two lane widening: westbound Whitemud Drive to southbound Terwillegar Drive and northbound Terwillegar Drive to eastbound Whitemud Drive ramps
    • Partial 2 lane widening: northbound Terwillegar Drive to northbound Whitemud Drive and southbound Whitemud Drive to southbound Terwillegar Drive ramps
  • Whitemud Drive widening to 4 lanes in each direction: Terwillegar Drive to 122 Street
  • Southbound transit-only lanes between Fox Drive and Terwillegar Drive
    • ‘Bus-on-shoulder’ lane from Fox Drive to 53 Avenue
    • Segregated bus-only lane from 53 Avenue to Terwillegar Drive
  • Active transportation: 
    • Separated pedestrian/cyclist bridge over Whitemud Creek
    • Shared-use path upgrades from 122 Street to 142 Street
  • Retaining walls
  • Noise wall (southbound Whitemud Drive, 47A Avenue to 45 Avenue)
  • Tree impacts and preservation
  • Pedestrian/cyclist bridge over Whitemud Drive near 142 Street


Stage Two is funded by the City of Edmonton through the 2019-2022 Capital Budget and in partnership with the Government of Alberta.

  • Terwillegar Drive/Whitemud Drive interchange upgrades, Whitemud Drive widening and upgrades, widening/rehabilitating the Rainbow Valley Bridges: City of Edmonton
  • Pedestrian/cyclist footbridge
    • Planning and design: City of Edmonton
    • Detailed design and construction: Province of Alberta