Edmonton’s aging Low Level Bridge due for rehab work by 2024-25 at the latest

It might be looking a little rough around the edges, but Edmonton’s oldest bridge and the one right next to it are fine, according to the city. The Low Level Bridge is in the queue for major rehab work, confirmed…

E-scooters zipping around Edmonton cause for excitement and concern

One day after the city announced an e-scooter business has been given a permit to operate in Edmonton, people on Bird e-scooters could be seen zipping around city streets and rival company Lime says it will be quick to follow.…

Dashcams provide ‘unbiased witness’ when bad things happen to good drivers

In a video taken through the windshield of Dung Le’s 15-year-old Toyota Echo, an oncoming car breaks the monotony of a wide, nearly empty street on a quiet August morning in a sprawling residential Edmonton neighbourhood. Story continues below As…

Plan in the works to save Edmonton’s Harbin Gate

A two-year road construction project that goes to tender in the coming weeks appears to be the solution to restoring Edmonton’s Harbin Gate for Chinatown. A representative from the newly formed Chinatown Transformation Collaborative Society and the general supervisor for…

Police investigate deadly crash on outskirts of northeast Edmonton

One person has died following a single-vehicle collision by the northeastern edge of Edmonton, police said Wednesday night. At least four emergency vehicles could be seen in the area of 195 Avenue and 18 Street shortly after 9 p.m. Edmonton…

Alberta’s lengthy road test scheduling process faces new roadblocks

There’s been a lot of stop-and-go when it comes to scheduling a road test in Alberta — mostly stop. Now some people are blaming bulk or multiple bookings. Calgary mom Denise D’Arcy is one of them. “People double-booking or booking…