124 Street between 109A Avenue and 118 Avenue will be renewed starting in 2022.

Project Update - December 2022

Construction has wrapped up for 2022 on the 124 Street Renewal project. The 2022 construction season was a success and we completed the following: 

  • All the concrete and road work on the east side of 124 Street from 111 Avenue to 118 Avenue and all the work south of 111 Avenue
  • Some of the new landscaping and streetscaping features along the east side

Year #2 construction will begin in April 2023 (weather permitting), with planned work including:

  • The west side of 124 Street, including all concrete and road work as well as landscaping and streetscaping  

More information on construction timing and staging, as well as associated parking and traffic impacts, will be available closer to the start of construction.  

When complete the renewed 124 Street will include: 

  • Enhancements to areas in front of businesses to increase safety, accessibility, and be more welcoming
  • New trees and grass areas beside roads and sidewalks to add to the natural beauty of the street
  • Upgraded street lighting to decorative black heritage arms with pedestrian lights and the ability to accommodate flower basket arms and banner holders 
  • Intersection improvements to improve operations and safety 
  • Wider sidewalks, shorter street crossings, and more public space in front of businesses with added seating 
  • Underground utility work 
  • Design with winter in mind; added lighting, a boulevard for snow storage and larger hard surface areas in front of businesses 
  • Bus bays and curb extensions to support transit

124 Street renewal is progressing on time and on budget. 

About the Project

124 Street between 111 and 118 Avenue is a major commuter corridor and was identified for renewal. In September 2018, the City started the strategy phase of the 124 Street renewal project with the objective to take a comprehensive look at the study area to explore how the corridor meets various user needs, determine if upgrades / improvements were required and to ensure the roadway meets current guidelines and safety standards.

A series of public engagement sessions collected feedback and validated the feasibility of suggested improvements. The What We Decided Report describes the final designs for 124 Street renewal, including when and how the City used policy and program information, public engagement input and technical requirements to make project decisions.

This project will be delivered in coordination with Inglewood Neighbourhood Renewal.

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