Core indicators for land use and mobility
The City will measure 14 Core Indicators for Land Use and Mobility (as identified in the MDP and CTP) on a continuous basis, reporting to Council, Administration and the public on the progress towards the 60-year targets prior to each business planning cycle.
||Per cent of population growth accommodated within 2005 built-up area
||In 2005, the built up area was losing population equivalent to 5 per cent of the city's annual population growth.
||People per hectare
Jobs per hectare
|In 2005, Calgary had a population density of 20 people per hectare.
In 2005, Calgary had employment density of 11 jobs per hectare.
||Population/Jobs Ratio - Northwest
Population/Jobs Ratio - Northeast
Population/Jobs Ratio - Southwest
Population/Jobs Ratio - Southeast
|In 2006, the population/ jobs ratio in the northwest was 3.0.
In 2006, the population/ jobs ratio in the northeast was 1.7
In 2006, the population/jobs ratio in the southwest was 1.3
In 2006, the population/jobs ratio in the southeast was 1.2.
||Mix Land Use
||Land Use Diversity Index
||In 2008, land use mix diversity index was 0.53.
||Residential Mix Index
||In 2008, residential diversity index was 0.19.
||Road and Street Infrastructure
||Roads to Streets ratio
(42% Roads and 58% Streets)
||Accessibility to Primary Transit Network
||Per cent of population within 400m of Primary Transit Network
Per cent of jobs within 400m of Primary Transit Network
|LRT is the only transit service approaching Primary Transit levels of service in Calgary today.
LRT is the only transit service approaching Primary Transit levels of service in Calgary today.
||Annual transit service hours per capita
||Currently, 2.2 transit service hours are provided for each resident in Calgary annually.
||Per cent of intermodal and warehousing facilities within 1600m (actual) of Primary Goods Movement Network
||Currently, 73% of intermodal and warehousing facilities are located within 1600m of Primary Goods Movement Network.
||Transportation Mode Split
||Walking and Cycling Mode Split (all purpose trips, 24 hours, city-wide)
Transit Mode Split (all purpose trips, 24 hours, city-wide)
Auto Mode Split (all purpose trips, 24 hours, city-wide)
|In 2005, walk and bike trips contributed to 14% of all trips made.
In 2005, 9% of all trips were made by transit.
In 2005, 77% of all trips were made by car.
|20% - 25%|
15% - 20%
65% - 55%
||Accessibility to Daily Needs
||Per cent of population within Major and Community Activity Centres, and 600m of Urban and Neighbourhood Corridors
||In 2006, 18% of all population was located within Major and Community Activity Centres, and 600m of Urban and Neighbourhood Corridors
||Per cent of impervious surface
||In 1998, 32% of land cover was impervious (made up of roads, parking and buildings)
||10% - 20%|
||Per cent of tree canopy
||Canopy cover was 7% in 1998.
||14% - 20%|
|Per cent of land area with densities supportive of district energy systems
||In 2005, only 0.3% of land area had densities supportive of district energy systems.