Thank you for attending the open house for the Proposed Access from Crowchild Trail NW into Rocky Ridge/Royal Oak. Please note that this was only a proposal, no decision has yet to been made on whether the project will proceed. If you have not done so yet, please fill out the survey, conducted by The City of Calgary's Transportation Department. The survey ends October 31, 2014.
The City will collect and review feedback from the open house and post the results online. The City will review technical design considerations: access point safety and grades; retaining walls; utility relocation; and noise reduction. The City will examine budget, community feedback, and then decide whether to proceed with the design process. The City will report back to the community with more information.
Open House Recap
Q: Why is a new access being considered?
A: The City received concerns from residents regarding access into Rocky Ridge and Royal Oak due to the Rocky Ridge Road closure and traffic congestion at Royal Birch and Country Hills Boulevard.
Open House Slides
Description and Benefit of Proposed Access
Access Ramp - South of Rockyledge View NW
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