Ray Gibbon Drive Twinning Project

About this Project

The expansion of Ray Gibbon Drive was identified as a top priority transportation network improvement and has also been a priority for residents, businesses and other stakeholders in the region. Improvements to the corridor are planned to be inclusive of twinning, delivering a four-lane divided roadway with expanded bridge structure, completion of trial connections for pedestrians and cyclists, streetlighting, intersection improvements and incidental landscaping for the area. Construction is planned to be completed in four phases over a 10-year period, under the following sections and time frames:

  • Phase 1: South City limit to north of LeClair Way (Completed 2020)
  • Phase 2: North of LeClair Way to north of McKenney Avenue (Construction 2021 - 2022)
  • Phase 3: North of McKenney Avenue to north of Giroux Road (Construction planned for 2026)
  • Phase 4: North of Giroux Road to Fowler Way (Construction planned for 2029)

Twinning and improving Ray Gibbon Drive will help diversify St. Albert’s economy, enable growth along the corridor, improve transportation efficiency and safety and reduce current traffic congestion.


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Last edited: June 2, 2021