About the Project
The City of Edmonton will be undertaking roadway rehabilitation and SUP widening along Saskatchewan Drive from 99 to 109 Street. Pending approval of funding, construction of upgrades will be coordinated with the replacement of the adjacent Duggan Bridge over Fort Hill Road.
The existing Saskatchewan Drive roadway requires upgrading to better accommodate and support motorists, pedestrians and cyclists while enhancing usability and safety.
Using a complete streets approach, the project will examine opportunities to improve the corridor by providing an upgraded level of service for people walking and cycling while accommodating motorists.
Where We Are
Planning for the Saskatchewan Drive Roadway Rehabilitation and SUP Widening includes a comprehensive community and public engagement program.
Public engagement activities will begin in spring 2018, beginning with input on the updated concept elements of the design. This phase will also include building awareness about the project and the public’s role. Input will be sought on the functionality of intersections, connections to the community, SUP and corridor operations. Engagement on preliminary engineering is anticipated to begin in spring 2019.
Concept Design - Fall 2018
Preliminary Design - Spring 2019