Summer Streets gives Edmontonians safer spaces for outdoor fun
May 2, 2024

The popular Summer Streets program returns, giving Edmontonians more safe space on Edmonton’s streets to enjoy the outdoors.

Mobility lanes and shared streets will be installed in the following locations starting the week of May 6. The routes will be open to the public by mid-May, weather permitting:
  • Saskatchewan Drive, 109 Street to 104 Street 
  • 104 Street, Saskatchewan Drive to University Avenue 
  • Victoria Park Road, 116 Street to River Valley Road 

Summer Streets separate people biking, scooting, walking, running and using other active modes of transportation from motor vehicles along popular and busy routes in central Edmonton. The speed limit will be reduced to 40 km/h for Victoria Park Road and Saskatchewan Drive for the duration of the Summer Street since they do not have a median separating the Summer Street from the vehicle lane (similar to 104 Street). 

The City’s annual Summer Streets Program has played a role in making sustainable transportation more accessible, encouraging people to use active modes of travel, and helping make Edmonton a healthier, more vibrant and climate resilient city. This program also supports the City Plan’s goal of 50 per cent of trips being made by active transportation and transit.  

Edmontonians can use Summer Streets to connect to Edmonton’s growing network of shared pathways and bike routes. Plan your route at As a reminder, when using a Summer Street, shared pathway, or road, please be mindful of others and follow the rules of the road. 
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Communications Advisor
City Operations