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As part of the national highway system, Highway 16 is a critical link within the Alberta Capital Region and a key part of the east-west inter provincial trade corridor. This study focuses on the 22.5-kilometre section of Highway 16 between the Anthony Henday and Highway 779.
A functional planning study is the first step in understanding and evaluating the future needs of the highway. To accommodate long term growth and operational requirements of the Highway 16 corridor west of Edmonton, Alberta Transportation is looking to expand the highway from 2 to 4 lanes in each direction and examine the accesses and interchanges within the study area.
This study will consider:
- operational constraints and capacities, access control, interchange types and configurations and right-of-way requirements
- input from multiple stakeholders, and
- the accesses at Range Road 261 and 270 for safety improvement in the near term and access closure in the long term
The study is anticipated to be completed in Fall 2022. Detailed design and construction timelines have not been established at this time.
The recommendations identified from this study will improve safety and efficiency along the corridor.
Public engagement opportunities
The study will consider input from stakeholders including the City of Edmonton, the City of Spruce Grove, the Town of Stony Plain and Parkland County, country residential areas and the Acheson Industrial area.
Interested Albertans can participate in the online public engagement between November 2 and 16, 2021.
Virtual open house and online survey
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Transportation Project Manager
ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.
7909 51 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 5L9
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