The below information is from the City of Calgary:
Presenting the Final Plans to Council
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation and feedback throughout the study process. Together, we have developed short-, medium- and long-term plans that reflect a balance of many ideas and perspectives, and best align with the study’s key principles and goals.
The final recommendations for the study will be presented to the Standing Policy Committee (SPC) on Transportation and Transit (a committee of Council):
- Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
- Time: 9:30 a.m. (please review agenda for a more accurate time)
- Location: 800 Macleod Trail S.E. (Council Chamber)
If you are interested in speaking to the recommendations, you are welcome to join us. As with the majority of reports from City Administration, the report for the Crowchild Trail Study will first be presented to the SPC on Transportation and Transit before it is presented to Council. You may share your thoughts at Committee, but not at a regular meeting of Council. Reports are heard in the order they appear on the agenda which is published approximately four days in advance of the meeting.
More information on attending meetings of Council and Standing Policy Committeesis available here. If you are interested in attending, please familiarize yourself with the procedures outlined by City Clerk’s in advance.
**If you would like printable copies of the recommended plans, please visit the Phase 6 Project Library. **
What We Heard Reports Posted Online
Over the past few months, we have been reviewing and compiling all the input we have received in phases five and six. All of the What We Heard Reports (including the verbatim comments) are now posted online in the Project Library.
Click on the links to view Phase 5 and/or Phase 6.
Learn More About Crowchild Trail Using This Story Map
Explore how Crowchild Trail came to be, including its current issues and future needs.
Learn why the Crowchild Trail Study is necessary to accommodate future demands on our transportation network as Calgary continues to grow and redevelop in the coming decades.