Night Time Intersection Closure at 34 Avenue along 66 Street
UPDATE: This work has been extended to include Tuesday, May 7, 2019 as well.
EDMONTON, AB – April 17, 2019 – For three consecutive nights in May, the east side of the intersection at 34 Avenue and 66 Street will be temporarily blocked during night hours (9 p.m.- 6 a.m.) to allow for installation of embedded rail for the Valley Line LRT. The dates for this work are:
- Thursday, May 9
- Friday, May 10
- Saturday, May 11
This work will take place over these three consecutive nights between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on the selected dates. During this time, east and west traffic will be suspended at east side of this intersection and reopened after 6 a.m. the next morning. Upon completion of the work, access at this intersection will be reinstated.
There will be noise and flashing lights while this work is completed.
To accommodate this work, the public will be impacted in the following areas:
- The east side of the 34 Avenue/66 Street intersection will be blocked during night time hours on May 9, 10, and 11
- Pedestrian access will vary throughout this work.
- Please visit https://www.edmonton.ca/ets/general-service-alerts.aspx for all ETS changes and updates.
- Motorists can use 91 Street or 50 Street as alternate north/south routes to avoid congestion.
- Motorists can use 38 Avenue or Whitemud Drive as alternate east/west routes to avoid congestion.
During this time please watch for, and observe, all traffic detours and direction of construction personnel.
Thank you for your understanding and patience as construction on the Valley Line LRT progresses. For the most current, up-to-date information in your area, please visit: http://transedlrt.ca/advisories/.
Please refer to the attached map for more details. For more information, visit our website http://transedlrt.ca/advisories or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 780-224-0964.
There will be noise associated with the work. TransEd is committed to following all City of Edmonton bylaws and regulations, and has obtained an overnight roadwork permit so that work can take place during nighttime hours in order to minimize major daytime traffic disruptions. (City of Edmonton Bylaw C14600).