Transportation Infrastructure plans, designs and builds safe, efficient and sustainable transportation infrastructure.
Transportation Infrastructure (TI) was created in 2005 to oversee the design and construction of transportation projects in Calgary. Simply put, most new or major transportation developments in Calgary are managed and constructed by the TI office.
Our projects span every quadrant of the city and include new infrastructure such as CTrain stations and extensions, road widenings, interchanges and pedestrian bridges.
In 2012, more than $300 million was invested in Calgary’s transportation infrastructure in the various road, public transportation and pedestrian bridge projects.
2012 was a busy year for The City's Transportation Infrastructure business unit, investing more than $300 million for Calgarians.
TI also produced a 2012 Year In Review publication.
For more information on Transportation Infrastructure and how we fit into the overall picture of Transportation in Calgary, visit our About Transportation Infrastructure page.
TI is also committed to environmental sustainability and all projects are aligned with The City's Environmental Policy. Visit our Environment page for more details.
View TI's recently completed projects or see below for current projects:
For future transportation projects, please visit Transportation Planning.
Can't find what you're looking for?
For information regarding Deerfoot Trail improvements or the Calgary Ring Road (including Stoney Trail), please visit The Government of Alberta Ministry of Transportation.
If you still can't find what you're looking for, visit The City of Calgary Roads, Calgary Transit or call 311 for more information.