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Edmonton Ring Road

Edmonton Ring Road

The Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC) was originally planned by the Province of Alberta and the City of Edmonton in the late 1970s and is commonly referred to as the Edmonton Ring Road. During the 1980s and 1990s the Province of Alberta, who is responsible for the development and management of the Ring Road, purchased most of the lands required for the TUC. Anthony Henday Drive skirts the City of Edmonton and is part of the North/South Trade Corridor.

127 Street Anthony Henday Drive Access

The closure of the 127 Street access at Anthony Henday Drive will be postponed as Alberta Transportation continues to discuss the issue with the City of Edmonton. The City and the Province will continue working together to evaluate options for the 127 Street access.

Noise Studies

Anthony Henday Drive North Noise Studies

For maintenance issues for Anthony Henday Drive Northwest please call 866-364-7339.

Anthony Henday Drive South Noise Studies

Lafarge Infrastructure is responsible for maintenance issues for Anthony Henday Drive South. Lafarge may be reached at 780-466-5084.

The Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC) was originally planned by the Province of Alberta and the City of Edmonton in the late 1970s and is commonly referred to as the Edmonton Ring Road . During the 1980s and 1990s the Province of Alberta, who is responsible for the development and management of the Ring Road, purchased most of the lands required for the TUC. Anthony Henday Drive skirts the City of Edmonton and is part of the North/South Trade Corridor.