In 2007, City Council identified the Anderson LRT Station as a prime candidate for Transit Oriented Development (TOD). This started the long process of working with Calgarians and various City departments to determine the future of the 20 acres of City-owned land that make up the Anderson LRT Station, bus terminal and park and ride.
Throughout the next five years The City met with various stakeholders to discuss their draft Outline Plan, Land Use Redesignation, Station Area Plan and the Anderson Transportation Study. All of the feedback they received helped them design four preliminary concepts of what Anderson Station could look like.
On May 22, 2013, The City held an open house where they unveiled some preliminary concepts to the public. The Southport Extension, Ladder, Loop and Campus Schemes all show a more vibrant and functional use of the space then what currently exists. Feedback on these concepts was collected and used to refine these concepts. The refined concepts will presented to the public in the coming months.
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