Pedestrian bridges and structures
Transportation Infrastructure (TI) manages the design and construction of pedestrian bridges and structures that are within Calgary's transportation network. The current pedestrian bridges under design and construction were selected through the Pedestrian Bridge Feasibility Study (2015/2016). The remaining bridges were established through the 2015-2018 Action Plan’s Transportation Business Plan and Budget process.
The City also established the Centre City Underpass Enhancement Program as an important part in building a great downtown core, where visual art is mixed into existing public infrastructure. For Underpass Enhancements, The City of Calgary follows the Council approved Downtown Underpass Urban Design Guidelines.
The City of Calgary Design Guidelines for Bridges and Structures reflects the latest requirements for safety, durability, functionality and aesthetics of bridges and structures. For a copy of the guidelines, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 9 Avenue S.E. bridge replacement project
- Anderson Station Pedestrian Bridge over Calgary Transit and CP Rail Tracks (as part of the Anderson Station Area Redevelopment Plan)
- Crowchild Trail at 54 Avenue S.W. pedestrian bridge
- Douglasdale and McKenzie Lake slope stability project
- Heritage Drive flood barrier
- Laycock bridge replacement project (as part of the Laycock Park improvements)
- Jaipur bridge project
- Macleod Trail bridges over 78 Ave S
- Westbrook pedestrian bridge
- 5 St S.W. Underpass enhancements (between 9 and 10 Ave S.W.)
Current construction projects and road closures
Road / Lane closure