You know your community best. Help The City understand how to best fit the Green Line into your neighbourhood. How will you access your future Green Line station? Where will you travel to? Where are the missing pedestrian, cyclist, and feeder bus links.
Join the upcoming hands on sessions with the design team to provide feedback and ehlp inform future design decisions. Please note workshops are limited to 100 participants and last for three hours. Registration is required to participate in these sessions.
Tuesday, April 12 6:00-9:00pm
72 Avenue N & Beddington Blvd N Stations will be included in this workshop at Huntington Hills Community Association, 520 78 Avenue NW.
Wednesday, April 27 6:00-9:00pm
96 Avenue N & North Pointe Stations will be included in this workshop at Harvest Hills Alliance Church, 10099 Harvest Hills Blvd NW.
The Green Line is Calgary's next light rail transit (LRT) line, and the highest public transit priority for The City. this new line will add 40 kilometres to the existing 59 kilometre LRT system. End-to-end, the line will connect the Northern Hills communities and Seton to downtown, and is estimated to service 41 million passengers annually.
The Green line is more than just a transit project; it will connect people and places, integrate with new and mature neighbourhoods, and help build liveable, vibrant and sustainable communities.
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