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awstott

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Drove by the elevated section on the way home from work tonight. Grounding cables have been reinstalled at the north end. Derails have also been added on both tracks. Barricades are still in place.

Seemingly no change at the support piers with the scaffolding erected around them.
 
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Drove by the elevated section on the way home from work tonight. Grounding cables have been reinstalled at the north end. Derails have also been added on both tracks. Barricades are still in place.

Seemingly no change at the support piers with the scaffolding erected around them.
There is paving going on around Davies and Wagner Road. With the pavement scraper taking off a layer of pavement, I imagine that the scaffolding might protect the piers from from potential contact from equipment and debris from the paving.
 

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The train may have not been ready for Folk Fest, but the bridge sure was! So nice having that connection back.

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You may want to read the replies to that tweet. It appears this is the route 73 that is the LRT replacement route for the VLSE that will be running, not the actual train itself (as I mentioned earlier in the thread).

Also Transit Edmonton is not an official account so take what they say with a grain of salt.
 

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