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Main Streets is a program that transforms existing streets in growing areas in order to increase vibrancy, encourage diversity, and celebrate character.

Marda Loop is a neighbourhood where people come together to shop, live, work, and play. 33rd and 34th Avenues are the "main streets" that connect Crowchild to 14th St SW where the neighbourhood character is energetic and dynamic. It's an amenity-rich community that will be enhanced by the City's comprehensive planning process.

Click here to download and view the master plan that will shape the vision for Marda Loop as a gathering place. The master plan considers placemaking opportunities, sidewalks/connections, crowsswalks, street furniture/landscaping, transit, parking, and the synergy of multi-modal travel.

Funding is now in place for detailed design of the entire project and construction for the first phase is anticipated to begin in 2021. Construction of the new Southwest BRT station for Crowchild Trail at 33 Ave SW is planned for 2019.


Cycling infrastructure options are outlined in Appendix A on p.90:

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Please visit the Marda Loop Main Streets website for more details.

Categories: Community; Development; Ward Office


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