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Traffic Operational Improvements program

Calgary is growing both in population and in infrastructure, and with this growth comes impacts to traffic on our roadways. To address this issue, The City has developed the Traffic Operational Improvements program (TOI).

Traffic Operational Improvements program projects

TOI Studies TOI Completed​
Intersection of 85 Street at 48 Avenue NW – Traffic Control Modifcations 24 Avenue N.W. and Crowchild Trail N.W. Traffic Pilot
17 Avenue S.W. at Sarcee Trail pedestrian crossing relocation ​Bow Trail and Crowchild Trail at 10 Avenue S.W.
Crowchild Trail at Kensington Road left turn restriction
Glenmore Trail at 5 Street S.W. eastbound off ramp to Macleod Trail Lake Fraser Gate Traffic installation
​Harvest Hills Boulevard N.E. at Country Hills Boulevard additional left turns Macleod Trail and Southland Drive
Heritage Drive and 14 Street S.W.
​John Laurie Boulevard at 14 Street N.W. eastbound off ramp
Macleod Trail at Heritage Dr S.W.
Macleod Trail at Shawnessy Blvd S.W./Midlake Blvd S.E.
McKnight Blvd at 4 Street N.W.
Memorial Dr. at Edmonton Tr. N.E.

The TOI program was developed to evaluate various intersections across Calgary that require operational improvements due to a variety of reasons like traffic congestion and safety issues. Once an intersection has found to meet the necessary criteria of the TOI program, a temporary traffic pilot or, in some cases, permanent traffic measures will be proposed for installation. Traffic pilot and/or permanent traffic measures could include:

  • Changes to signal timings
  • Temporary roadway restrictions
  • Additional permanent turning lanes

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