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    Walterdale Bridge

    The new Walterdale Bridge is an innovative bridge with pedestrian facilities including a multi-use path on the east side and a sidewalk on the west side. 

    The new bridge will cross the North Saskatchewan River.  The structural details include a 230-m long bridge with rise of 40 m. 

    General Information

    Location
    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Contract type
    Design and construction
    Infrastructure
    Replacement of the Walterdale Bridge, 230 m long and 40 m high, access roads, bike lanes
    Year of project completion
    2016

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