I drove Hwy 15 to Fort Saskatchewan - the twinning project may be completed by year end at the earliest, but I think it should be completed by next spring.
I will defer to the Fort Sask expert on this forum - oh hi, CplKlinger! 😁
I can certainly chime in as long as that wasn't sarcasm and I don't annoy you again haha
Construction is officially scheduled to finish
in fall 2022. Lots of progress has been made on the roads (the road paving on the Fort side was basically all finished when I was there in September, save for the line painting), but I do not know whether the Sturgeon-side road leading to the bridge will be paved this year, or if they're waiting until next year. They were making progress on prepping the right-of-way though, with lots of earth-moving, compacting, etc. I imagine by next spring, we'll mainly be seeing work on landscaping, trail connections to the pedestrian bridge, line painting (perhaps), and other things that weren't possible over the winter. Aside from that, maybe they'll still be finishing up with paving on the bridge (they were finishing up the concrete deck when I was last there; do they even need to pave a concrete deck?), electrical and utility work, etc. But I agree completely, they've been making great progress so far, and it's really looking like it's just about there. If they're ahead of schedule, all the better!
On another note, I wonder if Sturgeon County will make a trail linking the pedestrian bridge to their nearby path. Right now, there's just a road there.