Plus 15 network – Calgary’s Skywalk

Plus 15 network – Calgary’s Skywalk

Since the construction of the first Plus 15 bridge in 1969, the Plus 15 network has grown to 86 bridges and over 16 kilometres of elevated, weather-protected and climate controlled walkways in downtown Calgary. The Plus 15 Network is a unique part of Calgary’s downtown landscape that supports the economy, enables pedestrian mobility for all ages and abilities and connects people to services and destinations throughout downtown.

​Plus 15 Skywalk Map - service updates

Plus 15 Network hours:

  • Weekdays: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Weekends & Statutory holidays: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
    • Note: These operating hours are subject to change and some bridges may have shorter hours or close on weekends and statutory holidays.

Plus 15 construction & closure alerts

Sections of the Plus 15 may be closed due to construction activities, lifecycle upgrades or events approved by The City. The table below outlines the most up-to-date information about Plus 15 construction activities and closures.

Plus 15 location Status Reason for closure Closure dates
Plus 15 bridge to the Glenbow Museum


Glenbow Museum revitalization project Until 2024
Construction activities are dependent on several factors. Timelines are not guaranteed and could change due to inclement weather and/or other unexpected circumstances.


In some cases there may be short-term closures of sections of the Plus 15 for emergency maintenance.

Plus 15 Accessibility Improvement Project

Major construction activities are completed with minor construction activities wrapping up. All Plus 15s included in this project are now open. We thank all Plus 15 users and tenants for their patience as completed these vital improvements to our network.

Wayfinding improvements

The City is looking to make it easier for people to navigate the Plus 15 skywalk network in downtown Calgary.

The City engaged with the public to identify and better understand the key issues that a new Plus 15 wayfinding system should address. To learn more about the project, please visit the Plus 15 public engagement page.​

Plus 15 Policy

The Plus 15 Policy was approved by Council on July 5, 2021. The Plus 15 Policy identifies Council direction on the future development, operations and long-term asset management of the Plus 15 network.

Contact the Plus 15 Team

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