Major girder repairs for the Oldman River bridge on Highway 3 in Lethbridge, as well as 22 kilometres of preservation and overlay for Highway 3A highlight the local projects for Alberta’s 2014-17 provincial highway and water management program, issued Monday.
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EDMONTON – Work on new trails and a pedestrian bridge long-planned for Terwillegar Park is set to begin within a few weeks, but not everyone is happy with the development.
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With the support of the provincial government, Town of High River officials are in early stages of examining options to replace the Centre Street car bridge.
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The Trans-Canada bridge over the South Saskatchewan River will officially open today at 2 p.m.
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An unprecedented seven months ahead of schedule, the new Grant MacEwan Bridge was opened Tuesday by Alberta Transportation, officially connecting Fort McMurray’s downtown core to the north by 10 lanes of traffic over three bridges.
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The City of Grande Prairie will pour more money into the rehabilitation of the 100 Avenue bridge this year, as it approved extra dollars for the project on Monday.
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EDMONTON – The city will ask contractors building a new LRT crossing in the river valley to open a cycling and pedestrian bridge within two-and-a-half years of tearing down a popular downtown-area footbridge.
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The hotly debated MacDonald Island bridge is “essential” for connectivity of downtown development, says former councillor Russell Thomas.
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It’s a building project which has faced the insolvency of its original contractor and flooding from the highest recorded levels on South Saskatchewan River in the past century. But the replacement Trans-Canada bridge continues to make progress towards its scheduled completion in two-weeks.
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The controversial proposed bridge over the Snye to MacDonald Island could be slashed from next year’s budget because its role in providing emergency access may have been overstated.
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