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Ada Boulevard is scheduled for rehabilitation in spring 2021 as a number of the components are approaching the end of their service life.

About the Project

Ada Boulevard, over Wayne Gretzky Drive overpass, is a steel girder structure built in 1968 and includes 2 traffic lanes and a sidewalk. The bridge is owned and maintained by the City as part of the roadway network.

The bridge was last rehabilitated in 1997, and is now scheduled for rehabilitation to address a number of worn components that have reached the end of their service life. Work includes asphalt replacement, deck joint replacement, replacement of the bridge rails and painting the steel girders and piers. The rehabilitated bridge will include an upgraded and wider pedestrian and cyclist pathway matching the neighbourhood’s shared-use pathway.

The bridge rehabilitation project includes preliminary design, detailed design and construction to rehabilitate the structure.

Pedestrian Bridge

The pedestrian bridge serves pedestrians as a connection between the Forest Heights and Terrace Heights neighbourhoods.

The bridge rehabilitation project will focus on repainting the steel girders and piers to prolong the lifespan of the structure. Additionally, a new replacement pedestrian railing system will be installed on the bridge to improve safety. Construction on the pedestrian bridge will happen at the same time as the Ada Boulevard bridge rehabilitation.

design phase

2021

Construction

  • An information session will be held prior to construction in spring 2021

2019/2020

Design

For More Information

Malika Ali

Title Project Manager
Email Malika.Ali@edmonton.ca

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