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The existing 99 Avenue sanitary trunk line that services over 100,000 customers needs to be replaced. This project will be completed in 2 stages, starting in summer 2020 and we estimate the project will be finished by the end of 2024. In Stage 1 (red line in the map below), we are building a new tunnel along 99 Avenue, north on 148 Street and east on 101 Avenue. In Stage 2 (blue line in the map below), we'll rehabilitate the existing tunnel on 99 Avenue. Once our work is done, both tunnels will be in service, increasing capacity in the trunk network.
While we try to minimize disruptions during our project work, there are some things that may affect you throughout the project, like traffic impacts and sidewalk closures.
You can expect to experience typical construction activities during this work. Here are the details about what you can expect during construction.
This project is broken out into 2 stages and we estimate both stages will be complete by 2024. Have a closer look at a more detailed project timeline.
Learn more about the work we're doing during this project and why we need to do it.
We'll also be working on different rehabilitation projects in the same area, during the same time. Find out how this work impacts the 99 Avenue project.
For this project, we'll be using a Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) to excavate tunnels. Learn more about this machine and how it's used.
EPCOR would like to incorporate the community into the project through a Community Art Contest utilizing construction site hoarding.About our community art contest