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124 Street, Edmonton

124 Street
Maintained by the City of Edmonton
Length 4.6 km (2.9 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Jasper (101) Avenue
Major
junctions
102 Avenue, 107 Avenue, 111 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail
North end CN Yards south property line
(0.3 km (0.19 mi) north of Yellowhead Trail)
124 Street in Prince Charles.

124 Street is an arterial road in north-central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is one route for commuters from Downtown Edmonton to north Edmonton.

It is home to a variety of shops between Jasper Avenue and 107 Avenue, most notably the galleries of the Gallery Walk.

Neighbourhoods

List of neighbourhoods 124 Street runs through, in order from south to north.[1]

Interchanges and intersections

This is a list of major intersections, starting at the south end of 124 Street.[1]
Direction Intersecting road Current intersection type Coordinates
South-North Jasper (101) Avenue At-grade
102 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
Stony Plain Road At-grade (traffic lights)
107 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
111 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
114 Avenue At-grade
118 Avenue (to Kingsway Avenue) At-grade (traffic lights)
Yellowhead Trail At-grade (traffic lights)
Yellowhead Corridor alley At-grade


References

  1. ^ a b "City of Edmonton map utility". Archived from the original on 2009-06-25. Retrieved 2009-06-23. 


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