According to Derrick Krizsan, Municipal District of Taber administrator, the M.D. has been actively lobbying for the reinstitution of the Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program (STIP), as well as to lobby against proposals being put forward by Alberta Transportation officials who advocate
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Three pedestrian bridges across the Elbow River that were destroyed by the June flood will not reopen next summer, disappointing cyclists who had routinely cut across the spans on their commutes through the city’s pathways.
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Replacement bridges being planned along Calgary’s flood-ravaged Elbow River will be stronger, wider and possibly even taller, according to a project manager.
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EDMONTON – The biggest and most important change to transform Edmonton’s downtown has crawled along for years, but it’s about get a major boost.
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VANCOUVER — Denis Lebel, the federal minister of transport, infrastructure and communities says by next spring provinces, municipalities and territories will begin rebuilding Canada’s aging infrastructure, with the help of $53 billion in federal funding over the next 10 years.
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EDMONTON – For almost 60 years, the humble little bridge that connects west Edmonton with the downtown sat unappreciated and unacknowledged, even as it allowed thousands of commuters to travel busy Stony Plain Road from west to east and back again.
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City crews began clearing trees on the bottom of Walterdale Hill Thursday to prepare for the construction of access roads needed to replace the 100-year-old bridge.
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Some city intersections have become bottlenecks. Some roads need to be widened.
Those improvements are in the works. But Lethbridge’s new transportation master plan isn’t calling for any major projects – not for many years.
The plan, including specific upgrades over the next 10 years, is currently outlined on displays at City Hall. Highlights will be posted on the city’s website (http://www.lethbridge.ca/default.aspx) with public comments invited.
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