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Shared Streets and Mobility Lanes

Shared Streets and Mobility Lanes are available for people who bike, walk and drive, regardless of how they choose to move around our city. 

The health and safety of Edmontonians is our top priority. Shared Streets and Mobility Lanes are one way we will help everyone stay safe and comply with Alberta Health Services physical distancing guidelines. This work was initiated in 2020, as we adapted to how the COVID pandemic impacted our lives.

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Shared Streets

Shared Streets planned:

  • Ada Boulevard: 111 Avenue SUP* to 50 Street
  • Ada Boulevard: 109 Avenue to 104 Avenue SUP*
  • 103 Avenue: 124 Street to 111 Street
  • Jasper Avenue: 124 Street to 125 Street
  • 125 Street: Jasper Avenue to 103 Avenue
  • 103 Avenue: 125 Street to 124 Street
  • 115 Street: 103 Avenue to alley south of 100 Avenue
  • 114 Street: 103 Avenue to 103a Avenue
  • 108 Street: 100 Avenue to 104 Avenue
  • 96 Street: 111 Avenue to 103A Avenue

*Shared-Use Path

Mobility Lanes

Mobility Lanes planned: 

  • Victoria Promenade: 116 Street to 121 Street
  • Victoria Park Road: 116 Street to River Valley Road
  • 104 Street: University Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive
  • Saskatchewan Drive: 105 Street to 109 Street
The Alley Renewal Program is a City initiated program, focused on improving the alleys citywide over the next 25 years.

Collector roads fulfill a special function in our neighbourhoods. Although they may vary in size and appearance, they connect residents and local roads to the major arterial roads of the city. 

Learn more about the neighbourhoods scheduled for reconstruction and those that have already undergone reconstruction.

Walking & Cycling in Winter

In Your Car

  • Watch for no right on red signs
  • Don't stop on the green paint
  • Shoulder check and look both ways
  • Yield to cyclists when turning across the bike lanes

On Your Bike

  • Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and at bus stops
  • Watch out for new signs indicating how to safely turn at intersections
  • Not sure how to navigate the bike routes? Dismount onto the sidewalk and observe what others are doing

On Your Feet

  • Watch for turning vehicles entering and exiting accessways 
  • When crossing the bike lane to get to a parked vehicle, yield to people on bikes

Be Aware and Take Care

Green stripes and white dashed paint on the roadway mark areas where drivers and cyclists may cross paths. Watch out for each other. 

Travelling slower along the Bike Routes will give you time to see and respond to all the new features. 

Know what's happening and plan your commute.

We will save lives and eliminate serious injuries through the application of an evidence-based approach that uses engineering, education, engagement and enforcement to create safer streets and livable neighbourhoods for everyone.

City Council endorsed moving forward with bylaws that reduce  speed limits in Edmonton on residential roads, the main street sections of Whyte and Jasper avenues and other high pedestrian locations. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about the residential speed limit reduction project.

Memorial and Traffic Safety Fund

Make an online donation today.


E-scooters will be launched in Edmonton June 1.

Updated May 28, 2020

Please note that equipment is not cleaned and disinfected between customers. Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after using the equipment, and avoid touching your face during use. Maintain physical distancing when using e-scooters.

Effective June 8, EPark fees have been reinstated at all active EPark curbside zones and City-owned parkades.

Parking - EPark

In support of businesses and customers who continue to use curbside pickup as their primary method of business, the first 30 minutes of every parking session in curbside EPark zones will be free.

Please ensure that you start your parking session on the MyEPark app or at an EPark machine, and you will receive the first 30 minutes of your parking stay free.

Users are encouraged to download the MyEPark app for contactless payment options. If this is not possible, EPark customers are should take proper precautions to clean/sanitize hands thoroughly after using payment machines.

During COVID-19

While there are many things we can’t do during a pandemic, there are a lot of things we still can do to make each day a little bit brighter.

Create an Art Walk

Sidewalk chalk art is a great way to spend time outside and create beautiful sights for your neighbourhood. Do you have a favourite Edmonton building, bridge or locale? Draw it on your sidewalk and take a photo and share it with us on Facebook. We'd love to see your work! 

Visit City Parks

Edmonton parks are in fashion in every season and open for residents to enjoy. Please enjoy responsibly by adhering to physical distancing guidelines. And always clean your hands using soap and water or sanitizer after you touch any surface.

Explore the River Valley Trails

Edmonton has more than 160 kilometres of maintained multi-use trails that are beautiful any time of year. Go for a leisurely stroll, enjoy a run, or just explore through Edmonton's beautiful river valley.


Free parking is available during COVID-19 at all curbside EPark zones and City-owned EPark lots.

Parking Rates, Hours and Locations

Rules of the Road and Physical Distancing

Please enjoy the city responsibly, by adhering to the rules of the road and keep giving others two meters of distance.

Taking an Uber, Tapp, or Taxi?

Look for these safety measures to be in place to keep you safe during your ride.

Ride your Bike

No matter the weather, it’s a great time to take advantage of the extensive network of bike lanes and trails our city has to offer. Review bike route maps for Downtown, Southside and West Central.

Watch this how-to video on giving your bike a check-up to ensure it’s safe to use year round.

Learn more about the neighbourhoods scheduled for reconstruction and those that have already undergone reconstruction.

Pick up free sand at participating community leagues and roadway maintenance yards.

This fun, family-friendly event raises awareness about traffic safety for all road users and shows support for Vision Zero. 

Join the City of Edmonton’s Bike Education Outreach team on a free guided bike tour of Edmonton’s southside and downtown protected bike routes.

The City is looking for input on possible changes to its Snow and Ice Control Policy to better manage the residential road network during the winter. 

Changes have been made to paid reserved parking.

Maintaining winter roads and sidewalks to keep people safe and traffic flowing smoothly.
Find out more about where to park, permits, restrictions and bans in the city.

Learn how to travel with new and existing bike routes on your bike, in your car, and on foot.

Explore the tool that allows travellers to view current road and sidewalk closures throughout the city.
Jane’s Walk Edmonton is organized by the City and a local organizing committee of volunteers.
Find out which day of the week is your area's snow day when the first blading cycle schedule begins.
Get the facts about the City's snow and ice control pilot.

Wednesday February 7, 2018

Improving safety through data analysis, speed management, traffic engineering and education.
Temporary road closure information related to the many races, festivals and events happening in Edmonton.

199 parking stalls will no longer be operated by the City of Edmonton beginning November 20, 2017, due to landowner development.

Clearing roads of sand and debris to keep our City looking great.

Find out more about EPark including locations and payment options.

Your feedback on roadway concerns helps us keep our roadways safe and efficient.

On Canada Day, parking is restricted in certain areas of downtown and Old Strathcona.

General information on making a claim against the City if you believe the City of Edmonton is responsible for injury or property damage.

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