About the Project
The City has completed the arterial connector roadways to Anthony Henday Drive at 66 Street by means of realigning and reconstructing 66 Street between 167 Avenue and 195 Avenue. In 2012 the first two lanes, of an ultimate 4 lanes, was completed from 167 Avenue to Anthony Henday Drive, and in 2013, the section from Anthony Henday Drive to 195 Avenue was finished. In addition, a storm water management facility, the Schonsee Wetland, was constructed on the northwest corner of 167 Avenue and 66 Street to manage 66 Street and future neighbourhood storm water drainage.
Construction began in the fall of 2011 and was completed on June 28, 2013.
Construction Update - June 28, 2013
- The newly built 66 Street, from the northside of Anthony Henday Drive to Valour Avenue (195 Avenue) will be opening at 5pm on Friday, June 28. This was the final piece of a two-year project to realign and reconstruct 66 Street. The old 66 Street will be permanently closed at that time.
Construction Wraps Up on Two Major Road Projects - News Release
Public Information Session - January 19, 2012
The City of Edmonton would like to thank everyone who attended the information session on January 19. The display boards and presentation materials are below and indicate the project scope and suggested detour routes during construction.