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Crowchild Trail Study

We’re in Phase 4: Concept Evaluation.

Thank you Calgary for helping us evaluate the 17 ideas in Phase 3: Concept Identification against the three project principles: maintain and enhance bordering communities, improve travel along Crowchild Tr. and improve mobility across Crowchild Tr.

Over the past few months, we’ve reviewed your input, completed a technical analysis and refined the 17 ideas into seven preliminary design concepts within the study area. 

Engagement update

As part of Phase 4: Concept Evaluation, we are working with Calgarians in June to evaluate the preliminary design concepts against the study goals developed in Phase 2.

There are a variety of engagement opportunities to provide your input including workshops, walking tours, drop-in events, and an online tool.

Register for one of the below workshops or see the engagement calendar for a complete list of events.

Workshop #1: Monday, June 13
Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: West Hillhurst Community Association - 1940 Sixth Ave. N.W.
RSVP for this workshop.

Workshop #2: Saturday, June 18
Time: 9:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Sunalta School – 536 Sonora Ave. S.W.
RSVP for this workshop.

Workshop #3: Wednesday, June 22
Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Red and White Club, McMahon Stadium – 1833 Crowchild Tr. N.W.
RSVP for this workshop.

The project team will use the input received to short-list and refine the design concepts into a recommended plan for the study area. Calgarians will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the recommended plan in Phase 5: Concept Selection and Recommendation in the fall.

Engagement summaries for Phase 3: Concept Identification are posted in the project library.

Study overview

The Crowchild Trail Study is a transportation corridor study that will identify short-, medium- and long-term upgrades for Crowchild Trail between 24 Ave. N.W. to 17 Ave S.W. Recommendations from the study will help address current issues and challenges, and accommodate the continued growth of Calgary.

The study consists of a six-phase process that provides multiple opportunities for Calgarians to provide feedback through each phase of the study. Feedback gathered from each phase is used to inform the technical work and decisions required at the time. 

The Crowchild Trail Study is expected to be complete by the end of 2016. Recommendations from the study, if approved by Council, will identify specific Crowchild Trail upgrades that can be prioritized for funding through The City’s 10-year transportation infrastructure investment plan - Investing in Mobility.

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Questions? Email the project team.

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