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Crowchild Trail Study

Thank you Calgary for your input into the Crowchild Trail Study. Together, we were able to identify recommended short-, medium- and long-term changes and upgrades to Crowchild Trail that best meet the study’s key principles: maintain and enhance bordering communities, improve travel along the corridor and improve mobility across the corridor.

We anticipate presenting the final recommendations to Council in early 2017.

Watch this video for an overview of the recommendations or view the recommendations here:


Speaking at the Standing Policy Committee (SPC) on Transportation and Transit

As with the majority of reports from City Administration, the Crowchild Trail Study will be presented to the SPC on Transportation and Transit before it is presented to Council.

If you are interested in speaking to the study recommendations, we invite you to join us when we present to the SPC on Transportation and Transit.

Meeting details:

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Location: 800 Macleod Trail S.E. (Council Chamber)

The Council calendar for 2017 outlines the dates and times for Council and SPC meetings. Reports are heard in the order they appear on the agenda, which is published approximately four days in advance .

More information on attending meetings of Council and Standing Policy Committees is available here.

Stay connected

Sign up for email updates to receive news and notices related to the recommendations.

Questions? Email the project team.

Call 311 if you or someone you know does not have Internet access.

View the short-term recommended plan

Learn more about the following projects related to the short-term recommended plan:

View the medium/long-term recommended plans

View the 1978 plans

Existing plans for Crowchild Trail were approved in 1978 and are available here. The Crowchild Trail Study will update the 1978 plan, with the help of Calgarians’, through the six-phase study process

Interesting in learning more about the history and future transportation demands of Crowchild Trail? Check out this story map.