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Sarcee Trail / Richmond Road S.W. Interchange Functional Planning Study

Study background

The City of Calgary is undertaking a study for the Sarcee Trail/Richmond Road S.W. interchange. Although there is currently no funding allocated to construct an interchange at this location, The City hopes to have these plans approved and have the interchange included as a candidate project for funding in 2018. This timing allows us to evaluate the option to design and construct the interchange in coordination with the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR) project, which is scheduled to open by 2021.

Study objectives

The objective of this study is to determine an interchange configuration that fits with the SWCRR and the local road network, provides accesses to local businesses and connects appropriately with communities.

Public engagement

The City hosted two engagement sessions on November 21 and 26, 2016, with nearby communities and businesses to get feedback on interchange design options, accesses and connectivity. For more details on the information shared at the open houses, please view the display boards. A summary report of the feedback received will be posted as soon as possible after engagement is complete.

Stay connected

Questions or comments about this study? Email the project team at or contact 311.

Questions for the Government of Alberta about the Calgary Ring Road?

The Government of Alberta designs, constructs, manages and operates Calgary’s Ring Road. If you have questions about the Southwest Calgary Ring, please visit their website or email the Government of Alberta:

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