The pedestrian bridge feasibility surveys are now closed. Thanks for your participation!
We are now reviewing your feedback, along with technical and funding considerations, to determine which proposed projects might move into the next stages of planning. Check back in the new year for another update!
Left: Existing Anderson LRT Pedestrian Bridge; Right: Existing Laycock Park Pedestrian Bridge
Left: Existing Penedo Way Pedestrian Bridge; Right: Existing Westbrook Pedestrian Bridge
The City of Calgary is conducting feasibility studies on four proposed pedestrian bridge replacement projects. Two of the proposed projects will move forward into the pre-planning stages.
To complete this preliminary study, we need to understand how and why Calgarians currently use these four pedestrian bridges.
The four proposed projects (in no particular order) are:
- Anderson LRT Station Pedestrian Bridge
(nearby communities include Southwood and Willow Park)
- Westbrook Mall Pedestrian Bridge
(nearby communities include Rosscarrock and Spruce Cliff)
- Penedo Way Pedestrian Bridge over the CN Rail tracks
(nearby communities include Penbrooke Meadows, Applewood Park, and Mountview)
- Nose Creek Pathway Bridge
(nearby communities include Thorncliffe)
If you use these pedestrian bridges, or live or work nearby, we need your feedback!
- The feasibility studies will be completed by the end of 2015.
- After reviewing all data and public input, two of the proposed projects will move forward into the planning stage.
- The project team will report back to Calgarians in early 2016 with the results of the studies.