The Red Line LRT tracks cross over 25 Avenue S.E. at-grade (street level) east of Macleod Trail. As a result, the traffic signals at this intersection are often interrupted by trains travelling to and from the Erlton LRT station. Grade separation of the LRT tracks will eliminate delays to the traffic signals due to the LRT.

Short-term improvements that can be made with little or no construction may be funded through existing City programs. Currently no funding is available for the construction of the final plan.

Through the grade-separation plan, The City hopes to improve travel through this area for people driving, walking, cycling and taking transit. For more information about the project please visit the project webpage.



There are three phases in this study. We are currently in Phase Two: Option Evaluation.

In this phase you are able to:

  • Learn about the results of Phase One: Education and Issues Scoping
  • Learn about the design concept options
  • Provide feedback on the preliminary design options

Your feedback on the design concepts will help the project team evaluate the options. Community priorities identified in Phase One have been incorporated into the evaluation criteria which will help determine what design concept will become the final recommended concept. The final recommended concept will incorporate your feedback on the design concepts where possible.


Phase One: Education and Issues Scoping

In February 2017, citizens were invited to an open house to learn about the project and share their ideas and concerns regarding the study area. They also provided feedback on how they want to participate in the project moving forward. The project team also shared information about the project at Inglewood/Ramsay Coordination events in March 2017. An online survey was available from February 27 - March 13.

To see what information was presented during the Phase One open house, please review the display boards. A summary of feedback received and verbatim comments received during Phase One are within the What We Heard Report.

We asked the public to share any location-specific ideas or concerns on the map below.
Tell us what priorities are important to you. Your preferences will help inform the evaluation criteria. Please check a maximum of five.
Tell us how you would like to provide feedback on the study and receive project information going forward. Please check a maximum of five.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.


A What We Heard Report will be shared at the end of Phase Two: Option Evaluation and the feedback will be incorporated within the design concepts where possible.

Phase Three: Final Recommendation – Fall 2017

  • Learn about the results of phase two and review the recommended plan