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Project overview Southwest BRT

 
 

Have a look at this overview video that shows the Southwest BRT route​, station design, and destinations serviced by the BRT.

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BRT Stations


The BRT stations are designed to improve the Calgary Transit customer experience. There will be standard features at all the BRT stations on the Southwest BRT including benches, waste receptacles, real time travel information, heated shelters, and lighting. Stations on all the BRT routes will have a similar look and feel and will connect customers with sidewalks and pathways close to the stations.

Some of the stations will be smaller in scale to be respectful of the location and context of the neighbourhood where the station is built. For the Southwest BRT, there will be 21 stations built for service start in 2019.

 

Final designs for the Southwest BRT



North of Glenmore Tr S.W.

Construction on the transit only ramp at the southeast corner of the Crowchild Trail and Glenmore Trail S.W. interchange will be starting again in May 2018.


Heritage Dr to 75th Ave S.W.​

The dedicated transit lanes have been revised to minimize impacts to intersections on 14 Street. The transitway and station were moved to the west of the intersection, and will cross the access road into Heritage Park.


90th Ave to Heritage Dr S.W.

The Southwest BRT station will be on 14 Street S.W., just north of 90 Avenue, beside the Glenmore Landing Shopping Centre. See how the pedestrian bridge will provide a safe option for people crossing 14 Street S.W.



90 Ave & 14 St S.W. intersection

The design of the underpass at 14 Street SW and 90 Avenue has been finalized. Learn more about how the underpass will allow buses to travel through the area without impeding traffic.


Southland Drive to 90th Ave S.W.

Changes between Southland Drive and 90th Ave S.W. will include a number of improvements to intersections in the area. Find out more about the proposed changes.


Woodbine roundabout and terminus station​

The roundabout design for BRT buses at the intersection of 24 Street S.W. and Woodpark Boulevard will be built in the road right of way, and there will be no impacts to park space or private property.

 
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