Posts Tagged: transportation

Ice on Whyte Road Closure on Tommy Banks Way

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From the City of Edmonton Website: Tommy Banks Way Total Closure ImpactTotal Closure ONTommy Banks Way NW FROMGateway Boulevard NW TO87 Avenue NW StatusCurrent DetailsTommy Banks Way, Gateway Boulevard – 87 Avenue will be totally closed to traffic to accommodate Ice On Whyte Special Event. Tommy Banks Way can be accessed from Saskatchewan Drive… Read more »

PlanWhyte survey: Add your voice

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There’s a lot of good that can come from looking at the density in and around Whyte Avenue’s historic blocks. And we want to make sure your voice is heard as part of this look at Edmonton’s best neighbourhood, because it’s about more than just Whyte. Please fill in your thoughts on the latest survey… Read more »

Engaage 106-76 Open House

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From the Engage 106-76 Core Team: It’s been awhile since we have been in touch with you regarding the Engage 106-76 project. We want to say THANK YOU again to those who signed up to become a Community Partner and for helping on the project by sharing your experiences, ideas, and taking the time to… Read more »

Next Board Meeting: Monday, January 11

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Our next regular board meeting is Monday night, at 7pm in the upstairs lounge of the Strathcona Community Hall. The agenda is brief but will include two discussions on transportation issues of note: the City of Edmonton’s pending safety improvements to the intersection of Scona Road/99 Street and Saskatchewan Drive and parking restriction options available… Read more »

Scona Road safety open house

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The City of Edmonton has completed a comprehensive analysis of the traffic safety concerns at the intersection of Scona Road/99 Street and Saskatchewan Drive and is now moving forward with several safety measures. (This was in the news earlier this year.) Safety improvements include digital speed display signs, new traffic and pedestrian lights and other… Read more »

Car Free Whyte Avenue Project – Survey

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Hi there! My name is Lisa and I work for the City of Edmonton. As you may have heard, the the City is considering a pilot project, in which a portion of Whyte Avenue would be made “Car Free,” allowing for pedestrians to walk on the street for a few hours late at night to help eliminate… Read more »