Capital works map
The Capital works map identifies the location of major construction, maintenance and improvement projects scheduled by The City. This map is updated monthly and includes:
- Road and traffic projects being undertaken by Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation and by The City of Calgary's Transportation Department.
- Improvement and maintenance projects being completed by the Parks Department and Water Services Department.
- Project areas for major utility companies.
|Local||A residential road that carries up to 1,500 vehicles per day.|
|Collector||A road that carries 20,000 plus vehicles per day.|
|Major||A road that carries 12,500 to 30,000 vehicles per day.|
|Express Way||A road that carries more than 30,000 vehicles per day.|
|Transportation Utility Corridor||The undeveloped land bordering the ring road that is reserved for existing or future utilities.|
|Future Arterial Road|| A planned express way.|
|Future Ring Road|| A planned express way.|
|Development Access Roads||Roads designed to access new subdivisions or other development areas.|
|Arterial Roadway Construction||A road that carries 20,000 plus vehicles per day.|
|Inner City Transportation Project||Plans for traffic management measures and streetscape designs to improve safety on inner city streets.|
|Top Lift Paving||The final surface layer of asphalt applied on new roads.|
Paving of gravelled back lanes as part of Roads' Local Improvements program.
|Sound Attenuation Fencing||Type of fence installed between a residential area and a road to reduce the amount of traffic noise.|
|Traffic Optimization||Routes planned specifically to improve the efficiency of transportation throughout the city.|
|Bikeways||Lanes or pathways designed specifically for cyclists.|
|Traffic Calming||Installation of measures for slower, safer traffic, such as speed bumps.|
|Structure Projects (Bridge)||
Either the rehabilitation of a current bridge or the construction of new bridge.
|Asphalt Pavement Rehabilitation||
Standard repaving of City roads.