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Calgary's Plus 15 Network

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Plus 15 Construction Alert

Plus 15 Construction Alert

Some sections currently closed for repairs

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​Plus 15 Map

Print out a copy of the Calgary Plus 15 Map. It will show you how to navigate downtown through the indoor comfort of our Plus 15 network.

Plus 15 construction alerts

Starting mid-July 2019, the following Plus 15 corridors are closed while crews replace parts that have reached the end of their lifecycle. The closures are for both public and worker safety.

  • From Calgary Place crossing Fifth Avenue S.W. to 333 Fifth Avenue S.W.    
  • From Arts Commons crossing First Street S.E. to Calgary Telus Conventions Centre.
  • From Chevron Plaza crossing Fourth Avenue S.W. to 444 Fifth Avenue S.W.

We’ll post closure-end dates when they become available. For now, expect the closures to continue through to mid-fall 2019. Thank you for your patience while we complete this important work.

Plus 15 policy update project


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We’re working with Plus 15 users and other stakeholders to update the Plus 15 Policy, written in 1984. Much has changed since then, but the Plus 15s remain a vital part of moving people and goods through downtown.

In addition to the policy work, we’re developing security, management and funding strategies to support the network for years to come. For more information on this work, please visit the Plus 15 public engagement page.​

Share your thoughts

We’re updating the Plus 15 policy and want your input. Visit our Engage project site for details about the review, the process and timeline, and how you can participate.

 

Plus 15 contact

To report Plus 15 issues or to request more information, please submit an online service request to 311.

eServices - Report issues on Plus 15​​

 

The Plus 15 network includes 83 bridges and nearly 16 km of sheltered pedestrian walkways.

Related documents

Pedestrian counts - April 2018

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