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About the Project

The Walterdale Bridge has served Edmonton for a century and is reaching the end of its service life. A new bridge will replace the old bridge, spanning the North Saskatchewan River to connect the intersection of Queen Elizabeth Park Road and Walterdale Hill on the river's south side to the River Valley Road/Rossdale Road/105 Street intersection on the north side.

2016 Yearbook

2016 was a big year for the Walterdale Bridge Replacement Project, as the bridge finally came together across the North Saskatchewan River through two massive arch lifts in January and April, followed by deck steel and concrete work. Learn more about the milestones reached in the 2016 Yearbook

 

Where We Are Today

Project Lifecycle - Build

Preliminary engineering and design for the new bridge is complete. Construction of the replacement bridge began in June 2013 and will continue in 2017. The old bridge is scheduled to be removed later in 2017.

Project History

For more background information:
Project History

For More Information

Ryan Teplitsky

Telephone

780-944-7651

Email walterdalebridge@edmonton.ca

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