Update: Manning Drive bridge building means rerouting
Postponed: Traffic will no longer be rerouted at the Manning Drive and Anthony Henday interchange due to colder weather. Work to pour the concrete bridge deck has be postponed until spring, as warmer temperatures are required for it to set properly. (updated Oct 1, 2013)
Manning Drive and Anthony Henday Drive interchange
Dates: Postponed until spring
- Northbound and southbound Manning Drive will be rerouted along 66 Street, 167 Avenue and Anthony Henday Drive.
- Speed limits along the detour route will vary. Motorists are advised to watch for signs.
- Overnight detours minimize traffic disruptions.
- The work will accommodate the concrete deck pour of one of the new bridges at the Manning Drive and Anthony Henday interchange.
- Fines for speeding double in construction zones.
- Using Alberta’s P3 model for highways allows Northeast Anthony Henday Drive to be finished in 2016, three years earlier than through conventional delivery and at a savings of $370 million for taxpayers.
- The Alberta government has committed more than $4 billion toward the construction of the Edmonton ring road, including the northeast section, a $1.81 billion investment.
- This project is one of many that deliver on Alberta Transportation’s Building Alberta commitment to support the economy and increase market access by focusing on capital plan projects for core infrastructure and key corridors.
- This year, the Alberta Government will invest $1.4 billion in Alberta’s highway network.
For up-to-date road information and traffic delays
Call: 511 toll-free