The City of Calgary is conducting a new six-phase study for Crowchild Trail from 24 Avenue N.W. to 17 Avenue S.W. Much of this critical arterial road dates back to the 1960s, and has not kept up with our city's growth. It's time to look at new options for renewal.
In Phase 1 of the Crowchild Trail Corridor Study, the project team worked with an 18-member citizen-Engagement Design Team to develop an engagement plan for the remainder of the study. Phase 1 is now complete and the Final Report is available at calgary.ca/crowchild.
Phase 2 of the study, which focuses on confirming the project goals, will now take place from June to August. Over the next few months, The City will be asking Calgarians to help identify project goals for the Crowchild Trail study. This is an important part of the study process as the project goals will help guide the development and evaluation of short, medium, and long term plans for the corridor as the study progresses.
Over the next two months, there will be multiple opportunities for you to get involved — in person and online. The City wants to know what you think is important for the study to achieve when considering communities that border Crowchild Trail, how people travel along and across Crowchild Trail, and other goals that should be considered.
More information about how you can provide your input will be available at calgary.ca/crowchild starting Friday, June 5, 2015.
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