Stoney Trail at 11 Street N.E. interchange
Project update - August 2023
Crews are back this season to finish work on the interchange. For this year crews will be completing the work on the bridge and extending the road north of the bridge to connect to the planned new developments. The City is coordinating with developers to align the opening of the interchange when work on the road from the new interchange to 144 Avenue N.E. is complete.
The majority of work is planned to wrap up in the fall of 2023 and there will be landscaping and finishing work that will be completed in the Spring of 2024.
- The speed limit of Stoney Trail close to construction area may be reduced to 80 km/h during construction.
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You can see answers to the questions asked during the design of the Stoney Trail / 11 Street N.E. interchange here.
Significant growth is anticipated in the Stoney Industrial and Keystone Hills areas immediately surrounding Stoney Trail and 11 Street N.E. A new interchange is being constructed to support future development and to improve mobility and connectivity within north Calgary.
This interchange is being constructed on behalf of Alberta Transportation as part of the Stoney Trail North Interchanges project.
A half interchange, providing access to and from the north*, will be constructed in 2021 – 2022. This initial stage interchange will accommodate projected traffic volumes for the next 20 years.
The project team will coordinate with adjacent developers to construct the 11 Street N.E. connection to the north.
* The half interchange can be modified to provide access to and from the south when warranted and/or when 128 Avenue N.E. is extended
Ultimate (full) interchange
In the future, when warranted by growth and development, the ultimate interchange will be constructed providing full access in all directions.
- Detail design - Complete
- Construction: Summer 2021 – Spring 2024
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