The 16 Avenue North main street (also known as the Trans Canada Highway) stretches east from Banff Trail to the interchange at Deerfoot Trail.
As one of Calgary's longest and oldest main streets, 16 Ave N is bordered by many businesses and northern inner-city communities. This includes portions of Banff Trail, Capitol Hill, Hounsfield Heights - Briar Hill, Rosemont, Rosedale, Crescent Heights, Mount Pleasant, Tuxedo, Mountview and Renfrew.
Comments were compiled from the Main Streets public engagement activities which took place from November 2014 through May 2015. The top issues, opportunities and outcomes were ranked in order of consensus and ratings from citizens. This input will be analyzed to inform the planning strategy for each main street.
Evaluation and analysis
By analysing local input and economic information, the Main Streets team will start evaluating what policy, land use or other planning options would benefit Calgary's main streets.
By reviewing local statistics, the Main Streets team will consider how past population, employment and transportation trends apply to the future Calgary's main streets.
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We are currently working with economic research experts and industry partners to understand what the market demand, opportunities and challenges are for development in main street areas.
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