Traffic calming measures to Lede Park from 44th Street will take effect in December
As of Dec. 1, 2021, traffic calming measures to Lede Park through the South Telford neighbourhood will take effect. Vehicle access to Lede Park at the corner of 44th Street and 47th Avenue will be blocked by temporary barricades and is intended to improve road safety. The barricades may be moved as needed for emergency vehicles or community events. The roadway is not being demolished or permanently blocked.
This decision was made during a Leduc City Council meeting on Nov. 8, 2021, after careful review of several resident concerns brought forward to the City’s Traffic Advisory Committee regarding the traffic passing through the residential area.
Amenities at South Telford (i.e., the boat club, community gardens, rugby club) will continue to be accessible from Black Gold Drive using Lede Road and 48th Avenue. Stageworks Academy will still be accessible from 44 Street (please see attached map).
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com.
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