Calgary's Plus 15 Network
Plus 15 Map - updates
Effective Feb. 16, 2021, the Plus 15 will be partially opened at 6 a.m. to coincide with the easing of provincial COVID restrictions. Please refer to the Plus 15 map to see which sections will be open to the public.
The Plus 15 network includes 86 bridges and 16 km of sheltered pedestrian walkways.
Plus 15 construction alerts
Lifecycle work continues to progress on several Plus 15 structures. The Plus 15 will be closed for the duration of the project to protect the safety of the general public. The following Plus 15(s) are closed for repair:
- From 444 5th Avenue crossing 4 Street S.W. to Chevron Plaza due to required mechanical maintenance
Plus 15 Wayfinding Improvements
The City is looking to make it easier for people to navigate the Plus 15 walkway network in downtown Calgary.
From Thursday, March 18 to Thursday, April 8, 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 Update
The development of the Plus 15 network has been guided by the 1984 Plus 15 Policy which was approved by Council. 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.
To better support the downtown and needs of Calgarians, the Plus 15 Policy will be updated based on citizen needs collected from public engagement held in 2018 and 2019.
The Plus 15 Policy update will be presented to Standing Policy Committee on Transportation and Transit in June 2021 to help guide and support the Plus 15 network for years to come.