What’s Happening in Traffic This Week
Crestmont Boulevard S.W. Single Lane Alternating Traffic
Single lane alternating traffic is back in effect along Crestmont Boulevard S.W. for utility work until Wednesday, June 30 and then again on July 5 and 6. The road will be fully open during the long weekend, July 1 to 4, to avoid disruptions.
Trans-Canada Highway Reduced to One Lane Overnight
The Trans-Canada Highway will be reduced to a single lane in each direction at the Stoney Trail interchange for bridge work from 10 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30, until 5 a.m., Thursday, July 1. Delays are expected.
REMINDER: Lower Springbank Road S.W. Single Lane of Alternating Traffic
ENMAX will be working along Lower Springbank Road S.W. to decommission overhead power lines until July 9. A single lane of alternating traffic will be in place adjacent to the areas where they are working.
We appreciate your patience during construction.
North Pier Segment Construction
The ‘balance’ in balanced cantilever construction is starting to become visible as the pier segments extend further and further from the piers in mid-air.
May Progress Snapshot
A bridge deck was poured almost every week in May, the new West Valley Road S.W. alignment was paved, and girders were installed on one span of the bridge from northbound Stoney Trail over the Trans-Canada Highway.
1 Avenue S.W. / 101 Street S.W. Roundabout
Waterline Installation Along Canada Olympic Drive S.W.
Canada Olympic Drive S.W. is closed until late summer for utility installations, including relocating a waterline.
Stoney Trail Interchange and Mainline
Old Banff Coach Road S.W.
Integral Bridge Abutments
A mud slab is thin layer of concrete that has no structural purpose. ‘Mud’ is typically a mixture of cement and sand, but no gravel, and often used for leveling or sealing. A mud slab was applied around the flexible pile casings for the bridge abutment to provide a clean and level working surface.
Centre Pier Cap Formwork Stripped
Bow Trail S.W. Centre Piers
Sanitary Line Replacement at Bow Trail S.W.
The existing PVC sanitary line in the Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC), just north of Ascot Crescent S.W., was replaced with a high-density polyethylene pipe which will allow the road to be built over it.