City of Calgary releases design concepts for Crowchild Trail redevelopment

The City of Calgary entered the fourth phase of its ongoing Crowchild Trail study on Thursday, revealing initial design concepts for the proposed redesign of the roadway.

“We’ve developed a set of 17 ideas that Calgarians helped us evaluate against the key principals of our project study last February and March,” Feisal Lakha with the City of Calgary said at a news conference.

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    The city will be presenting the options at a series of workshops, walking tours and drop-in events.

    Details on the workshop are as follows:

    Workshop #1: Monday, June 13
    Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m.
    Location: West Hillhurst Community Association – 1940 Sixth Ave. N.W.
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    Workshop #2: Saturday, June 18
    Time: 9:30 a.m. to noon
    Location: Sunalta School – 536 Sonora Ave. S.W.
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    Workshop #3: Wednesday, June 22
    Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m.
    Location: Red and White Club, McMahon Stadium – 1833 Crowchild Tr. N.W.
    RSVP for this workshop

    The input received will help officials identify a set of recommendations which will be unveiled during Phase 5 of the study.

    The aim of the six-phase study, which began in 2015, is to identify short-, medium-, and long-term plans for Crowchild Trail to accommodate the continued growth of Calgary.

    WATCH: Big changes on Crowchild Trail will cause temporary congestion

    For more information on the study, visit the City of Calgary’s website. 

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