This summer, the City of Edmonton will improve pedestrian safety and travel along 101 Avenue with curb extensions, curb stops that separate pedestrians on the sidewalk from parking cars, curb ramps and a new bus shelter. New signs and crossing markings have already been added.
Later this summer and into the fall, the City will be testing the closure of one-way (westbound) vehicle access to 101 Avenue from 50 Street. More information will be shared including opportunities for input and feedback.
The actions will be monitored to inform the development of the concept plan and preliminary design for 101 Avenue.
These actions are drawn from the 101 Avenue Corridor Study (2016-2018) that reflect what was heard through the public engagement process. The actions were also presented for feedback in the fall of 2018.