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2020 Construction

The City, our industry partners and stakeholders worked together on approximately 280 City managed construction projects this year.

Approximately 10,000 people from the capital region worked directly, and indirectly, on these city building projects. Additionally, over 300 locally-owned or Edmonton-based vendors supported this work.

Robust and healthy infrastructure is critical to Edmonton now and in the future. Almost 1 million people depend on the work we do and the roads, bridges and sidewalks, neighbourhoods, parks, facilities and LRT we build.

Currently, 93% of the City’s construction projects are delivered on budget, and 81% are on schedule. Learn more about our capital projects at Building


Construction on the Metro Line Northwest (NAIT to Blatchford) started in summer 2020.
Construction activities on the southeast part of the Valley Line started in spring 2016. The Valley Line Southeast is expected to open in 2021.

The project has entered the procurement phase. The process will be complete by the end of 2020, with another 5 to 6 years to complete construction.

Bridges along Groat Road are undergoing rehabilitation with anticipated completion in fall 2020.

The City is expanding Terwillegar Drive beginning in fall 2020.

Learn more about the neighbourhoods scheduled for reconstruction and those that have already undergone reconstruction.

Upcoming Public Engagement

Current Traffic Disruptions

Know what's happening and plan your commute.

Building Edmonton

View our interactive, mobile-friendly map where you'll find details about the project schedule, phase of delivery and budget on projects such as LRT, Yellowhead Trail, Muttart and others across the city.

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