Yellowhead Trail - St. Albert Trail to 97 St. - Dovercourt Neighbourhood

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Consultation has concluded

Yellowhead Trail is being converted to a freeway. We are currently doing the engineering design for the portion of Yellowhead Trail between St. Albert Trail and 97 Street. Construction on this section is expected to start in 2023.

Join the project team for an update on the project and to discuss design options for the active transportation, connections, noise wall replacement, landscaping and open space features in your neighbourhood.


Thank you for telling us what you think, your comments will be used to finalize the preliminary design of this section of Yellowhead Trail.

Yellowhead Trail is being converted to a freeway. We are currently doing the engineering design for the portion of Yellowhead Trail between St. Albert Trail and 97 Street. Construction on this section is expected to start in 2023.

Join the project team for an update on the project and to discuss design options for the active transportation, connections, noise wall replacement, landscaping and open space features in your neighbourhood.


Thank you for telling us what you think, your comments will be used to finalize the preliminary design of this section of Yellowhead Trail.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We are sharing a possible plan for the shared-use path / on-street bike network  (walking, biking, wheeling), and vegetation additions to the open green space. 

    Combined Shared-use Path and On-Street Facility

    This design includes:

    • Replacement of the existing noise wall as part of the Yellowhead Trail - 156 Street to St. Albert Trail project (currently in the construction stage).

    • Maintaining the recently constructed sidewalk on the north side of 124B Avenue and adding new shared-use path sections (walking, biking, wheeling) to connect to 142 Street to the south of Yellowhead Trail and to St. Albert Trail (see Active Mode Connection map below). 

    • A combined walking and wheeling facility that provides both a shared-use path and an on-street bike lane to maintain existing boulevard trees.  

    • Opportunities for additional landscaping features and two small amenity nodes within the available open spaces.



    Consultation has concluded
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