Pavement Rehabilitation Program

The entire road network is inspected on a three year cycle and each road is analyzed and rated. Roads selected for rehabilitation are those where the surface is rutted, cracked, graveled and generally in poor driving condition but without major structural defects. Typically, the pavement rehabilitation program involves milling and replacing the asphalt surface.  

Before replacing the top layer of asphalt, concrete curbs and gutters are repaired along with the sidewalks. Additional work includes adjusting the elevation of valves and manholes, replacing traffic detector loops, surface drainage swales and installing new lane markings.

The following pavement rehabilitation projects are planned for the 2018 construction season:

  • 49 Avenue from 78 Street to 79 Street
  • Gaetz Service Road West from 74 Street to 76 Street
  • 67 Street westbound from 67 Street West ramp to 150 m east of Garden Gate
  • 46A Avenue from 62 Street to Riverside Drive
  • 56 Avenue from 60 Street North to end
  • 59 Street from 60 Avenue to end
  • 54 Street from 47A Avenue to 48 Avenue
  • 47A Avenue from 53 Street to 55 Street
  • 53 Street from 47 Avenue to 50 Avenue
  • 49 Avenue northbound from 43 Street to 55 Street
  • Lane north of 50 Street between 48 Avenue and 49 Avenue
  • Lane north of 50 Street from 48 Avenue to 50 Street
  • 46 Avenue from 49 Street to 50 Street
  • 49 Street from 48 Avenue to 50 Street
  • 52 Avenue from 45 Street to 48 Street
  • 43 Street from 44 Street to 48 Avenue
  • 44 Street from Embury Crescent to Escott Close
  • 39 Street Service Road South from Mitchell Avenue to Maxwell Avenue
  • 32 Street from 57 Avenue to City Limit