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Crowchild Trail Study: short-term recommended plan

Funding for the short-term plan as part of Infrastructure Calgary has been approved by Council April 24, 2017.

An implementation and construction plan for the projects listed in the plan is currently being developed. Construction is anticipated to begin in fall 2017 and take approximately three years to complete. It will occur in several phases, beginning with work on the bridge. Traffic and pathway detours, as well as some temporary lane or road closures are expected during the 2018 and 2019 construction seasons. These closures are necessary to complete the life cycle bridge rehabilitation and widening of the Bow River Bridge and the northbound bridge over the Bow Trail, as well as realign the existing ramps along northbound Crowchild Trail at the Bow River.

There are no anticipated impacts to private properties in the short-term plan.

Click on the thumbnails below to view the recommended plan.













**Please check back for more information in the following the months.

Learn more about the short-term recommendations at:

View the medium/long-term recommended plans



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

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.