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Princess Elizabeth Avenue (City Centre Airport)
109 Street is an arterial road in central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It takes travelers out of Downtown to the south to Old Strathcona, and to the north to the Kingsway area. It passes several Edmonton landmarks including the Garneau Theatre, Alberta Legislature Building, MacEwan University, RCMP "K" Division Headquarters, and Kingsway Mall. It is a one-way street, southbound, from 97 Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive (88 Avenue), to cross the North Saskatchewan River on the narrow High Level Bridge. Before Edmonton's amalgamation with Strathcona in 1912, the Edmonton portion was known as 9 Street.
109 Street, Edmonton Wikipedia
List of neighbourhoods 109 Street runs through, in order from south to north:Pleasantview
Queen Mary Park
This is a list of major intersections, starting at the south end of Street Name.