Crowchild Trail Study Phase 5: Concept selection and recommendation
Identify recommendations for short-, medium-, and long-term upgrades.
Description: Phase 5 of the study presents the draft recommendations for short-, medium-, and long-term upgrades and gathers feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the recommendations to help finalize them.
Engagement Goal: Work with participants to refine and finalize the draft recommendations. Participants can review the recommendations and provide their feedback at scheduled open houses, drop-in sessions, community sounding boards, and/or through an online tool.
Outcome: Participants understand how the recommendations were identified as a result of the study process and can see how input was used to influence project decisions. Where input was not used, the project team has explained why.
Summary of Engagement Process
||Summary of Verbatim Comments
Review the plan & give input - Fall 2016
|Open house boards including noise, walking & cycling connections, green spaces, transit, & more.
Engagement & concept selection boards
|View the recommendations:
Draft Recommended Plan for the Study Area
North Section: 24 Ave. N.W. Area
North Section: 16 Ave. N.W. Area
Central Section: 5 Ave. N.W. Area
Central Section: Kensington Rd. & Memorial Dr. Area
South Section: 17 Ave. S.W. Area
Draft Long-term Recommended Plan
Draft Short-term Recommended Plan
|Overall What We Heard Report
||Phase 5 Summary
||September 14, 2016
|Property owner meetings
|Open house for businesses, institutions, and emergency response agencies
||October 3, 2016
|Open house for residents immediately next to Crowchild Tr.
||September 24, 2016 (a.m.)
September 24, 2016 (p.m.)
|Open house for the general public
||October 1, 2016
October 3, 2016
||September 28 to October 17, 2016
Idea boards - various locations
Drop-in sessions - various dates/locations
||September/October 2016 - summary of comments in response to our Facebook ad about engagement opportunities and a summary of comments received through the project email