|Maintained by||the City of Edmonton|
|Length||5.9 km (3.7 mi)|
|South end||87 Avenue / Saskatchewan Drive|
|Saskatchewan Drive, Emily Murphy Park Road, Victoria Park Road, 107 Avenue, 111 Avenue, 118 Avenue|
|North end||118 Avenue / St. Albert Trail|
At a roundabout west of the University of Alberta, Edmonton's river valley road Saskatchewan Drive branches Groat Road to the north and heads down into the river valley. Here Groat Road crosses the North Saskatchewan River on Groat Bridge. It then winds through a gorge, formerly occupied by the now culverted Groat Creek, before reaching the flat plains at the top of the valley. The route ends, and becomes St. Albert Trail, at 118 Avenue (at a traffic circle with traffic lights).
List of neighbourhoods Groat Road runs through, in order from south to north.
Interchanges and intersections
Groat Road currently has six interchanges (bold), giving it freeway status for the 4.1 kilometres (2.5 mi) from 87 Avenue to 109 Avenue.
|Direction||Intersecting road||Current intersection type||Coordinates|
|South-North||87 Avenue / Saskatchewan Drive||Roundabout|
|Emily Murphy Park Road (to William Hawrelak Park and Saskatchewan Drive)||Diamond T interchange|
|River Valley Road||Partial cloverleaf interchange|
|Victoria Park Road (100 Avenue)||Directional T interchange|
|Stony Plain Road||Overpass|
|107 Avenue||Diamond interchange|
|111 Avenue||At-grade (traffic lights)|
|114 Avenue||At-grade (traffic lights)|
|118 Avenue||Traffic light controlled traffic circle|
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