Throughout 2016, The City will continue working with
Calgarians to identify short-, medium- and long-term upgrades to the Crowchild
Trail corridor, by building on and refining ideas gathered throughout the
course of the study.
The study is in Phase 3: Concept Identification.
Throughout October and November 2015, more than 400 Calgarians attended
workshops and drop-in sessions, and many more participated online to share
their ideas on possible changes to Crowchild Trail. Through this process, Calgarians explored the benefits,
impacts, constraints and trade-offs of those ideas. Since then, the project
team has been reviewing the over 500 ideas submitted, and applying them to the
Crowchild Trail corridor.
Calgarians are invited to drop-in at open houses in
February and March to see what the ideas look like when applied to the
Crowchild Trail corridor—what will it take to make them happen? Learn more
about why some ideas will not move forward for further consideration, and help
evaluate the remaining ideas against the three
project key principles.
for event details for your community and other opportunities to provide your input as they become
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