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17 Avenue S.E. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project

The 17 Avenue S.E. BRT project is one of four additions to The City’s primary transit network and includes construction of new bus-only travel lanes and new BRT stations.

The project has two phases.

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Phase 1 of the project runs between 28 Street S.E. and Hubalta Road S.E.

  • Construction schedule
  • Parking
  • What it will look like

View more details about phase 1 of the 17 Avenue S.E. BRT project

Phase 2 of the project runs between 28 Street S.E. and 9 Avenue S.E

  • Project timeline
  • Engagement

View more details about phase 2 of the 17 Avenue S.E. BRT project

The 17 Avenue SE Bus Rapid Transit project will provide efficient, reliable transit from southeast Calgary to downtown. We’re starting construction on phase one between 28 Street S.E. and Hubalta Road in 2017, and we’ll be out talking with residents about phase two that will extend the BRT to Inglewod along 17 Avenue S.E. to 9 Avenue S.E.

City Council approved a Transportation Planning Study for 17 Avenue S.E. between Downtown and Stoney Trail East in July 2010 and a complementary land use concept for the 17 Avenue S.E. corridor. The City is now proceeding with the planning and design for Bus Rapid Transit that will connect riders from the southeast to downtown.

A study and preliminary design for a future phase of the project, along 17 Avenue S.E. from Hubalta Road to 70 Street S.E. is now complete.