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Midlake Boulevard S.E. traffic calming project


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View input summaries from the public open house and online tool.

The project team is using public input and additional technical analysis to finalize designs. The final plan will be posted online and shared with the public and stakeholders this fall. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2018.

Project overview

The City of Calgary is implementing a traffic calming project on Midlake Boulevard S.E., between Bannister Road S.E. and Sunbank Road S.E., to address a number of traffic concerns identified by the community including vehicle speeds and pedestrian safety.

This project is a continuation of the traffic calming measures that were implemented on Sunmills Drive S.E. in 2015. The community was satisfied with the outcome of that project and The City saw an opportunity to continue the concept on Midlake Boulevard S.E.to address the community’s concerns.

Midlake Study Area
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Public engagement

Stakeholder meetings

  • The project team met with the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Calgary Catholic School Division (CCSD) in May 2017 to share information about the project and discuss issues and concerns with current traffic operations and pedestrian safety. Meeting attendees reviewed and discussed the preliminary concept and provided input on school bus parking, parent pick-up and drop off areas, and pedestrian safety improvements.
  • The project team held a meeting with the Midlake Residents Association and the Midsun Community Association on May 10, 2017 to review the preliminary concept and collect feedback. Eleven people attended this meeting. View the meeting summary.

Public open house

The City hosted a public open house on May 23, 2017, to introduce the project and collect feedback on preliminary traffic calming designs. The public was also invited to provide input online through the online mapping tool until June 11, 2017.

View input summaries from the public open house and online tool.

Next steps

Feedback received from the stakeholder meetings, public open house and online tool will be used to refine the plans. Final plans will be shared with the public in fall 2017 and construction is expected to begin in summer 2018.

Stay informed

This webpage will continue to be updated as the project progresses, so please check back for updates. If you have questions about this project please contact 3​11 and the Community Traffic team will respond.

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For general information about the program please visit the Community Traffic Studies webpage.

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