List of streets in Edmonton

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The following is a list of the north–south arterial thoroughfares in the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Numbered streets run north-south with street numbers increasing to the west. In 1982 a quadrant system was adopted. Meridian Street (1 Street), portions which run adjacent to the east leg of Anthony Henday Drive, divide the east and west quadrants. Edmonton currently has three quadrants: northwest (NW), southwest (SW), and northeast (NE); the vast majority of the city falls within the northwest quadrant. Addresses on 33 Street and east have been encouraged to include NW to avoid confusion with addresses in the NE quadrant. The majority of major north-south streets are aligned with road allowances.

Artery roads[edit]

17 Street NE[edit]

17 Street NE
Part of Hwy 28A
Location Edmonton
South end Hwy 16 (city limits) /
Broadmoor Boulevard
Major
junctions
137 Avenue, Fort Road, Manning Drive
North end Hwy 37 (city limits)

17 Street NE is a segmented street and mostly services rural and industrial areas. The southern section continues into Sherwood Park as Broadmoor Boulevard, a major arterial road. North of Highway 15 (Manning Drive), the northern segment is part of Highway 28A and is part of Canada's National Highway System.

17 Street NW[edit]

17 Street NW
17 Street SW
Length 21.3 km[1] (13.2 mi)
Location Edmonton, Strathcona County
South end 41 Avenue SW (city limits)
Major
junctions
Anthony Henday Drive, Whitemud Drive, Sherwood Park Freeway, Baseline Road (101 Avenue)
North end Yellowhead Trail

17 Street NW is a major arterial road in east Edmonton, and west Strathcona County. It mostly services Refinery Row, but the southern portion runs through developing residential areas. It provides access to Strathcona Science Provincial Park. 17 Street crosses Anthony Henday Drive as 17 Street SW, and continues to the city limits at 41 Avenue SW, continuing into Leduc County as Range Road 235.

Neighbourhoods[2]

34 Street NW[edit]

34 Street NW
34 Street SW
Length 13.0 km[1] (8.1 mi)
Location Edmonton, Strathcona County
South end 41 Avenue SW (city limits)
Major
junctions
23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, Sherwood Park Freeway
North end Baseline Road (101 Avenue)

34 Street is located in east Edmonton, and west Strathcona County. It services both residential (Mill Woods), and industrial areas. The boundary between the City of Edmonton and Strathcona County runs on the west side of this right-of-way from Sherwood Park Freeway to Baseline Road. 34 Street crosses Anthony Henday Drive as 34 Street SW to the city limits at 41 Avenue SW, continuing into Leduc County as Range Road 240.

Neighbourhoods[2]

50 Street[edit]

50 Street
50 Street SW
Part of Hwy 15
Length 33.0 km[1] (20.5 mi)
South: 25.0 km (15.5 mi)
North: 17.0 km (10.6 mi)
Location Beaumont, Edmonton
South end Highway 625 / Highway 814
Major
junctions
Ellerslie Road, Anthony Henday Drive, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, Roper Road, Sherwood Park Freeway, 101 Avenue
Ada Boulevard, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, Manning Drive, 153 Avenue, 167 Avenue
North end Highway 37

50 Street is located in the town of Beaumont and east Edmonton as three separate segments. It begins in Beaumont at Highway 625, where it continues south as Highway 814, and enters Edmonton at 41 Avenue SW. 50 Street is segmented by the North Saskatchewan River and the northern leg of Anthony Henday Drive. The portion between Yellowhead Trail and Manning Drive is part of Highway 15.

66 Street[edit]

66 Street
66 Street SW
Length 20.8 km[1] (12.9 mi)
South: 10.1 km (6.3 mi)
North: 10.7 km (6.6 mi)
Location Edmonton, Sturgeon County
South end 41 Avenue SW
Major
junctions
Ellerslie Road, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive / 75 Street
Ada Boulevard, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail, Ford Road, 137 Avenue, 153 Avenue, 167 Avenue, Anthony Henday Drive
North end Valour Avenue

66 Street is located in east Edmonton and is divided into two major (northern and southern) segments.

The southern segment begins at 41 Avenue SW and travels north through Mill Woods and becomes 75 Street at Whitemud Drive. It is part of a 39 km (24 mi) continuous roadway that runs from 41 Avenue SW to 33 Street NE (Edmonton's northeastern city limit) and includes portions of 75 Street, Wayne Gretzky Drive, portions of Fort Road, as well as Manning Drive.

The northern segment begins at Ada Boulevard, north of the North Saskatchewan River, past Londonderry Mall, to Valour Avenue (Township Road 542 / 195 Avenue) in Sturgeon County outside of CFB Edmonton.

Neighbourhoods[2]

75 Street[edit]

75 Street
Part of Inner Ring Road
Length 6.2 km[1] (3.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Whitemud Drive / 66 Street
Major
junctions
Roper Road, Argyll Road, Whyte (82) Avenue, 98 Avenue
North end 101 Avenue / Wayne Gretzky Drive

75 Street is located east Edmonton and is part of the inner ring road. It is part of a 39 km (24 mi) continuous roadway that runs from 41 Avenue SW to 33 Street NE (Edmonton's northeastern city limit) and the southern portion of 66 Street, Wayne Gretzky Drive, portions of Fort Road, as well as Manning Drive.

82 Street[edit]

82 Street
Length 11.3 km[1] (7.0 mi)
Location Edmonton, Sturgeon County
South end Jasper Avenue
Major
junctions
112 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, 153 Avenue, 167 Avenue
North end Valour Avenue

82 Street is a major arterial road in north Edmonton; it provides an alternate route from the downtown (where it continues as Jasper Avenue) to the northern neighbourhoods. It passes over Anthony Henday Drive and ends at Valour Avenue (Township Road 542 / 195 Avenue) in Sturgeon County at CFB Edmonton.

Neighbourhoods[2]

83 Street / Connors Road[edit]

83 Street / Connors Road
Length 4.8 km[1] (3.0 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Argyll Road
Major
junctions
Whyte (82) Avenue, 85 Street / 90 Avenue
North end Scona Road / 98 Avenue

83 Street and Connors Road is a major arterial road in east Edmonton. It connects Downtown Edmonton with its mature southeastern neighbourhoods. 83 Street begins at Argyll Road and travels north. On the north side of the Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre, it intersects 85 Street and 90 Avenue at a five exit roundabout known as the Bonnie Doon Traffic Circle. The roadway turns northeast as Connors Road towards downtown. At 95 Avenue it becomes a 3 lane road with a centre reversible lane and descends into the North Saskatchewan River valley, intersecting Scona Road and 98 Avenue at an interchange. Travellers have the option to cross the North Saskatchewan River using either the James MacDonald Bridge or the Low Level Bridge.

83 Street and Connors Road used to be signed as Highway 14A between Whyte (82) Avenue (at the time part of Highway 14) and the Low Level Bridge due to its connection with downtown. The designation was phased out in the 1970s.

Neighbourhoods[2]

91 Street[edit]

91 Street
91 Street SW, Ewing Trail
Length 12.1 km[1] (7.5 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 41 Avenue SW (city limits)
Major
junctions
Ellerslie Road, Anthony Henday Drive, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Avenue
North end 63 Avenue

91 Street is a major arterial road in south Edmonton. Its northern terminus is at 63 Avenue and travels south along the western edge of Mill Woods. South of Anthony Henday Drive it becomes 91 Street SW and becomes Ewing Trail south of 25 Avenue SW. At 41 Avenue SW, the roadway enters Leduc County where it becomes the Nisku Spine Road, a developing arterial road that presently connects with Nisku and will eventually connect Highway 2A south of Leduc.[3]

91 Street is part of a cancelled freeway plan where it would run from Highway 2 near Gateway Park to downtown Edmonton via the Mill Creek Ravine.[4]

Neighbourhoods[2]

97 Street[edit]

97 Street
Part of Hwy 28
Length 12.1 km[1] (7.5 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Jasper Avenue
Major
junctions
107A Avenue, 111 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, 153 Avenue, 167 Avenue, Anthony Henday Drive
North end City limits

97 Street is a major arterial road in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is used to take vehicles in and out of Downtown Edmonton to the city's northern suburban neighbourhoods and to the region's main military installation, CFB Edmonton. North of Yellowhead Trail (Highway 16), it is designated as part of Highway 28.

99 Street / Parsons Road / Scona Road[edit]

99 Street
Parsons Road, Scona Road
Length 13.2 km[1] (8.2 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 91 Street SW / Summerside Gate
Major
junctions
Ellerslie Road, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Avenue, 63 Avenue, Whyte (82) Avenue, Saskatchewan Drive
North end Connors Road / 98 Avenue

99 Street is a major arterial road in south Edmonton. It begins as Parsons Road at 91 Street in the Ellerslie area and travels north past the eastern edge of South Edmonton Common. At 34 Avenue, the roadway becomes 99 Street and serves the industrial areas adjacent to the CP rail yards and mature residential areas near Old Strathcona. At Saskatchewan Drive, the roadway becomes Scona Road and descends into the North Saskatchewan River valley, intersecting Connors Road and 98 Avenue at an interchange. Travellers have the option to cross the North Saskatchewan River using either the James MacDonald Bridge or the Low Level Bridge.

99 Street begins again in Downtown Edmonton at Jasper Avenue to 104 Avenue and is the eastern border of Churchill Square, connecting to numerous downtown landmarks including City Hall. The downtown segment of 99 Street is also known as Rue Hull, named as a honourarium and recognition of Hull, Quebec, a twin city of Edmonton.[5]

There have been two proposals to rename 99 Street after Wayne Gretzky, who wore #99 and played for the Edmonton Oilers. The first proposal was in 1987, while the second proposal was in 1999 after Gretzky's retirement.[5] In the end, Capilano Drive was chosen to be renamed Wayne Gretzky Drive in part due to the proximity to Northlands Coliseum where the Oilers played during Gretzky's tenure.

Neighbourhoods[2]

101 Street / Bellamy Hill Road[edit]

101 Street / Bellamy Hill Road
Length 4.1 km[1] (2.5 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 97 Avenue
Major
junctions
Jasper Avenue, 104 Avenue, 107 Avenue, Kingsway, 111 Avenue
North end 118 Avenue

101 Street is a major arterial road in Downtown Edmonton. Because Jasper Avenue, and historic downtown Edmonton, was constructed to follow the North Saskatchewan River, 101 Street is the farthest east street that runs true south-north. 97 Street is an alternate artery that travels north out of downtown, at a slight angle west. 97 and 101 Streets meet one block apart from each other at 111 Avenue, and travel parallel to each other true north, eliminating the numbers 98 through 100 as street names for North Edmonton. Originally called 1st Street, 101 Street was identified as the central north-south street when Edmonton adopted its present numbering system.[6]

South of MacDonald Drive (one block south of Jasper Avenue), the roadway becomes Bellamy Hill Road and descends Bellamy Hill into the North Saskatchewan River valley and intersects 97 Avenue. South of 97 Avenue it becomes River Valley Road and runs parallel to the river. Bellamy Hill Road is named after Thomas Bellamy, a former alderman in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Neighbourhoods[2]

103/104 Street[edit]

103/104 Street
Calgary Trail, Gateway Boulevard
Part of Hwy 2
Length 14.5 km[1] (9.0 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 41 Avenue SW (city limits)
Major
junctions
Ellerslie Road, Anthony Henday Drive, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Avenue, 63 Avenue, Whyte (82) Avenue
North end Saskatchewan Drive

Calgary Trail (known as 104 Street north of 54 Avenue) and Gateway Boulevard (formerly named 103 Street north of 54 Avenue) are a pair of major arterial roadways in Edmonton; Gateway Boulevard carries northbound traffic while Calgary Trail carries southbound traffic. South of Whitemud Drive, it is designated as part of Highway 2.

103 Street and 104 Street are also collector streets in downtown Edmonton, with 104 Street being the main street of the Warehouse District.

105 Street[edit]

105 Street
Length 3.7 km[1] (2.3 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end North Saskatchewan River
(Walterdale Bridge)
Major
junctions
97 Avenue, Jasper Avenue
North end 108 Avenue

105 Street is an arterial road in Downtown Edmonton. It starts across the North Saskatchewan River from Downtown, as one-way streets Walterdale Hill and Queen Elizabeth Park Road, which join and continue north on Walterdale Bridge. At 100 Avenue, 105 Street becomes a two-way street.

106 Street[edit]

106 Street
Length 6.9 km[1] (4.3 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 29 Avenue
Major
junctions
34 Avenue, 40 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Aveune, 61 Avenue
North end Saskatchewan Drive

106 Street is an arterial road in southwest Edmonton. It starts at 29 Avenue NW and goes north. At 40 Avenue NW, 106 Street turns right and resumes as 106 Street. After 40 Avenue, 106 Street passes the Edmonton Public Library before going through the Gatway Boulevard-Calgary Trail/99 Street exit at Whitmud Drive. After 51 Avenue, it becomes a residential street. 106 Street ends at Saskatchewan Drive before resuming on the other side of the North Saskatchewan River.

109 Street[edit]

109 Street
Length 8.7 km[1] (5.4 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 52 Avenue
Major
junctions
61 Avenue, Whyte (82) Avenue, 97 Avenue, Jasper Avenue, 107 Avenue, 111 Avenue, Kingsway Avenue
North end Princess Elizabeth Avenue

109 Street is an arterial road in central Edmonton. It begins at 52 Avenue as a residential street and becomes an arterial road at 61 Avenue; it passes through Old Strathcona and Downtown Edmonton, to Princess Elizabeth Avenue near Kingsway Mall. It crosses the North Saskatchewan River along the High Level Bridge.

111 Street[edit]

111 Street
111 Street SW
Length 8.2 km[1] (5.1 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Ellerslie Road / James Mowatt Trail
Major
junctions
Anthony Henday Drive, 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Avenue
North end 61 Avenue

111 Street is located south Edmonton. It begins at Ellerslie Road, where it continues south as James Mowatt Trail, and travels north past Southgate Centre to 61 Avenue. The south leg of the LRT runs between the northbound and southbound lanes north of 23 Avenue.

113/114 Street[edit]

113/114 Street
Length 3.0 km[1] (1.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 60 Avenue / 61 Avenue
Major
junctions
Belgravia Road, University / Whyte (82) Avenue, 87 Avenue
North end 89 Avenue
(University Transit Centre)

113/114 Street is a short arterial road in central Edmonton. It is the only street connecting the University of Alberta's main and south campus; the LRT now also does the same, travelling along the west side of 114 Street.

This street starts as 61 Avenue turns north and becomes 113 Street. 113 Street runs between South Campus (and the Neil Crawford Centre). The name changes to 114 Street when it jogs one block west at Belgravia Road (72 Avenue). 114 Street crosses historic University Avenue / Whyte (82) Avenue, and enters the main campus. It runs past a number of University buildings including the Jubilee Auditorium, and the University of Alberta Hospital. North of 87 Avenue the street becomes one-way (northbound) to the Education Car Park. Beyond this point, it is a bus-only street leading to University Station.

Neighbourhoods[2]

113A Street / Castle Downs Road[edit]

113A Street / Castle Downs Road
Length 6.3 km[1] (3.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 127 Avenue
Major
junctions
137 Avenue, 153 Avenue, 112 Street
East end 97 Street / 167 Avenue

113A Street and Castle Downs Road a major arterial road in north Edmonton. 113A Street starts at 127 Avenue at the Canadian National Railway yards and travels north. At 137 Avenue it becomes Castle Downs Road and continues north to 112 Street (which connects to the western segment of 167 Avenue) where it turns east. At 97 Street it becomes the eastern segment of 167 Avenue.

Neighbourhoods[2]

119/122 Street / Belgravia Road[edit]

119/122 Street / Belgravia Road
Length 7.3 km[1] (4.5 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Anthony Henday Drive
Major
junctions
23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, Whitemud Drive, 51 Avenue, Fox Drive
North end 113/114 Street / 72 Avenue

119/122 Street is a major arterial road in south Edmonton. It undergoes a number of name changes through its length.

119 Street currently begins at Anthony Henday Drive with a westbound right-in/right-out exit. It continues north but is presently segmented by Blackmud Creek. There were originally plans to construct a bridge across Blackmud Creek; however the proposal was removed from the transportation plan in 2011 for environmental reasons.[7] 119 Street resumes as 23 Avenue and travels north past Derrick Golf and Winter Club to Whitemud Drive, where it becomes 122 Street. It passes through the South Campus of the University of Alberta where it meets Fox Drive and turns east becoming Belgravia Road. It continues along the northern boundary of the South Campus to 113/114 Street, where it downgrades to a residential street and continues east as 72 Avenue.

There is a proposal to extend 119 Street south of Anthony Henday Drive (currently referred to as 135 Street and Heritage Valley Trail) and closing replacing the rural road currently named 127 Street SW; there is no timeline for construction.[8]

Neighbourhoods[2]

124 Street[edit]

124 Street
Length 4.7 km[1] (2.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Jasper Avenue
Major
junctions
102 Avenue, 107 Avenue, 111 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail
North end dead end

124 Street is located central Edmonton. It begins at Jasper Avenue as an arterial road and travels north to 118 Avenue, where it downgrades to a residential road with traffic calming measures to prevent through traffic at 125 Avenue. 124 Street presently has a signalized intersection with Yellowhead Trail, providing access to adjacent industrial areas; however it is slated for closure when the 127 Street interchange is constructed as part of the Yellowhead Trail freeway conversion.[9]

The 124 Street Business Association is a business revitalization zone which includes the 124 Street corridor from 121 Street on Jasper Avenue to 111 Avenue.

127 Street[edit]

127 Street
Length 11.5 km[1] (7.1 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Villa Avenue
Major
junctions
Stony Plain Road, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, 153 Avenue, 167 Avenue, Anthony Henday Drive
North end City limits

127 Street is located north Edmonton. It begins as a residential road at Villa Avenue (south of 104 Avenue) and is a one-way street (northbound) from Stony Plain Road to 118 Avenue, with a southbound bike lane. North of 118 Avenue, it becomes an arterial road passes through the north neighbourhoods to Sturgeon County where it becomes Range Road 250.

There are long-term plans to realign and extend 127 Street northwest of Anthony Henday Drive, following the northern city boundary of St. Albert, to Highway 2; no timeline is set for construction.[10]

Neighbourhoods[2]

149 Street[edit]

149 Street
Length 9.8 km[1] (6.1 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Whitemud Drive
Major
junctions
87 Avenue, 100 Avenue, Stony Plain Road, 107 Avenue, 111 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail
North end 137 Avenue

149 Street is a major arterial road in west Edmonton. It mostly serves the residential area of Jasper Place, but continues north to Edmonton's west and north industrial districts. It provides access to the Valley Zoo for those using Whitemud Drive. As part of the plan to convert Yellowhead Trail the City of Edmonton is planning to close the 149 Street / Yellowhead Trail intersection with north-south movement deferred to 156 Street.[11]

Neighbourhoods[2]

156 Street[edit]

156 Street
Campbell Road
Length 9.8 km[1] (6.1 mi)
Location Edmonton, St. Albert
South end Rio Park Road
Major
junctions
Meadowlark Road, 87 Avenue, 100 Avenue, Stony Plain Road, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, St. Albert Trail, Anthony Henday Drive
North end Centre Street

156 Street is a major arterial road in west Edmonton, and east St. Albert. In Edmonton, 156 Street runs through the old town of Jasper Place, and Edmonton's west industrial district. North of St. Albert Trail, the road becomes Campbell Road and enters St. Albert just north of the Anthony Henday Drive interchange. 156 Street does not have direct accessed to Whitemud Drive, but it can be access via 159 Street and Meadowlark Road near the Meadowlark Shopping Centre (the main roadway transitions from 156 Street north to Meadowlark Road / 159 Street).

156 Street was originally designated as Highway 38 between Stony Plain Road (formerly Highway 16A) and 79 Avenue (now Whitemud Drive), serving the town of Jasper Place; it was decommissioned in c. 1962..[12][13]

Neighbourhoods[2]

170 Street[edit]

170 Street
Part of Inner Ring Road
Length 13.0 km[1] (8.1 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Callingwood Road / Wanyandi Road
Major
junctions
Whitemud Drive, 100 Avenue, Stony Plain Road, Mayfield Road, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue
North end Levasseur Road (city limits)

170 Street is a major arterial road in west Edmonton. It serves residential, commercial and industrial areas. West Edmonton Mall is located on the west side of 170 Street between 87 Avenue and 90 Avenue, while the Misericordia Community Hospital is located on the east side of 170 Street – a pedestrian footbridge connects the hospital grounds to the mall. The portion of 170 Street between Whitemud Drive and Yellowhead Trail is part of Edmonton's Inner Ring Road. At Levasseur Road, it enters St. Albert and becomes Gervais Road.

178 Street / Lessard Road[edit]

178 Street / Lessard Road
Length 12.4 km[1] (7.7 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end dead end
Major
junctions
Anthony Henday Drive, Callingwood Road, Whitemud Drive, 87 Avenue, 100 Avenue, Stony Plain Road, 107 Avenue
North end 118 Avenue

178 Street is a major arterial road in west Edmonton. It runs through the residential area and Edmonton's west industrial district, passing along the west side of West Edmonton Mall. At Callingwood Road, it becomes Lessard Road and turns southwest. West of Anthony Henday Drive, Lessard Road ends The Grange developing residential area. Lessard Road is named after Prosper-Edmond Lessard, a former Edmonton-area politician.

Neighbourhoods[2]

184 Street[edit]

184 Street
Length 6.1 km[1] (3.8 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 100 Avenue
Major
junctions
Stony Plain Road, Yellowhead Trail
North end Anthony Henday Drive /
Ray Gibbon Drive

184 Street is a short arterial road in west Edmonton. It runs through Edmonton's west industrial district and becomes Ray Gibbon Drive north of Anthony Henday Drive. It connects Edmonton with St. Albert.

Winterburn Road (215 Street)[edit]

Winterburn Road
215 Street
Length 20.8 km[1] (12.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end 33 Avenue SW (city limits)
Major
junctions
Maskêkosihk Trail, Whitemud Drive, Stony Plain Road, Yellowhead Trail
North end Trumpeter Way

Winterburn Road, also known as 215 Street, is an arterial road in west Edmonton. It is a rural grid road that earned the name 215 Street when Edmonton expanded westward. It is named after the former locality of Winterburn, located where Winterburn Road intersects Stony Plain Road (Highway 16A), and was as part of Parkland County until the land was annexed in 1982.[14]

The boundary between the City of Edmonton and Parkland County runs on the west side of the right of way from Howard Road (33 Avenue SW), where it continues south as Range Road 260, to Highway 627 (Maskêkosihk Trail; formerly 23 Avenue NW), and between the City of Edmonton and the Enoch Cree Nation (Stony Plain I.R. 135) from Highway 627 (Maskêkosihk Trail) to Whitemud Drive (formally 79 Avenue).

Neighbourhoods[2]

See also[edit]

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  7. ^ Kent, Gordon (November 23, 2011). "City council nixes road bridge across Blackmud Ravine". Edmonton Journal. PressReader. Retrieved April 9, 2018. 
  8. ^ "Anthony Henday Drive and 135 Street Interchange and Manning/Meridian Interchange" (PDF). Transforming Edmonton. City of Edmonton. p. 6. Retrieved April 9, 2018. 
  9. ^ "Yellowhead Trail Strategic Plan". City of Edmonton. 2017. Archived from the original on October 24, 2017. Retrieved October 24, 2017. 
  10. ^ "Transportation Master Plan" (PDF). City of St. Albert. p. 4-10. Retrieved April 9, 2018. 
  11. ^ "Yellowhead Trail and 149 Street". Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion. City of Edmonton. Retrieved April 15, 2018. 
  12. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map) (1962 ed.). Government of the Province of Alberta. § F-7. 
  13. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map) (1963 ed.). Government of the Province of Alberta. § F-7. 
  14. ^ "Order in Council (O.C.) 538/81" (PDF). Province of Alberta. June 11, 1981. Retrieved April 10, 2018.