Princess Elizabeth Avenue

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Princess Elizabeth Avenue
Princess Elizabeth Ave.jpg
Princess Elizabeth Avenue is located in Edmonton
Princess Elizabeth Avenue
Princess Elizabeth Avenue
Start/End points of Princess Elizabeth Avenue
Maintained bythe City of Edmonton
Length1.4 km[1] (0.9 mi)
West endKingsway
109 Street, 106 Street
East end101 Street / 118 Avenue

Princess Elizabeth Avenue, is an arterial road in central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, that runs on a southwest to northeast path, cutting through the city's normal grid pattern. It skirts just to the south of Edmonton City Centre Airport, and passes Kingsway Mall and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Prior to the opening of Yellowhead Trail in the early 1980s, Highway 16 followed Princess Elizabeth Avenue between 118 Avenue and 109 Street before continuing west on 111 Avenue.[2]

During the 1951 royal tour of Canada, the then Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip visited Edmonton, the street was renamed in honour of Princess Elizabeth. In 1939, her father King George VI, visited Edmonton, prompting the naming of the adjacent Kingsway (Avenue).


List of neighbourhoods Kingsway runs through, in order from west to east.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

This is a list of major intersections, starting at the west end of Princess Elizabeth Avenue.[3] The entire route is in Edmonton.

0.000.00Kingsway (to 118 Avenue)At-grade (traffic lights); no access to southeastbound Kingsway
0.300.19109 Street (south) – City CentreAt-grade
0.550.34 109 Street (north) – NAIT station, Kingsway MallAt-grade (traffic lights)
0.750.47106 Street (NAIT Way)At-grade (traffic lights); near at-grade LRT crossing
1.400.87118 Avenue / 102 Street / 101 Street6 exit traffic circle
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

Route map:

KML is not from Wikidata


  1. ^ Google (November 21, 2017). "Princess Elizabeth Avenue in Edmonton, AB" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
  2. ^ Travel Alberta. Alberta Official Road Map (Map) (1978-79 ed.). Government of Alberta. Edmonton inset.
  3. ^ a b City of Edmonton map utility