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Stony Plain Road/Anthony Henday Drive Interchange

Construction began in April 2009 on the Anthony Henday Drive and Stony Plain Road interchange at a cost $168.6 million and is scheduled to open to traffic by fall 2011. The Stony Plain Road interchange will be a full systems interchange with free flow in all directions and will include seven bridges. Construction on Anthony Henday Drive will extend from Whitemud Drive to south of Yellowhead Trail in west Edmonton.

The successful bidder for the construction of the Anthony Henday/Stony Plain Road interchange is KMC/PCL, a Joint Venture.

Update (May 1, 2011) – The project is 65% complete with 80% of bridge work and 50% of road work completed. The work for 2011 will include completion of all bridge structures beginning with the two Anthony Henday northbound bridges over Stony Plain Road and 100 Ave. All seven bridges will be open to traffic by fall 2011. Roadwork will include numerous detours installed and removed in stages to allow the final construction of all ramps, loops and mainlines. The project is on budget and schedule to open in fall 2011. Motorists are reminded to obey all construction traffic signage for safety of public and construction workers.

News Release

Governments of Canada and Alberta fund Edmonton ring road interchange (March 6, 2009)

Construction Information Bulletins

Construction Bulletin #2 – September, 2010 (pdf)
Construction Bulletin #1 – April, 2009 (pdf)