Preliminary Concept Evaluation: At-Grade Intersections

Please tell us how well you think the At-Grade Intersections concept meets the community themes and objectives of the study by filling out the evaluation form below. Your evaluation, along with a technical review, will help us identify a set of recommendations for the study area.

The community themes identified below have been gathered through a series of engagement events with Calgarians and the Community Advisory Group. The study’s objectives help guide project decisions and are aligned with the community themes.


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Evaluation Form


How well do you think the At-Grade Intersections concept meets the community themes and objectives of the study?


Theme: Safety

Objective: Address safety for those who use and/or live by the corridor.

Why?

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Theme: Access to businesses & Community connections

Objective: Address accessibility across and throughout the corridor, reconnecting adjacent communities.

Why?

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Theme: Balance between transportation modes

Objective: Accommodate all modes of transportation including walking, cycling, HOV (high occupancy vehicles), and transit.

Why?

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Theme: Integrated view of the study & Traffic flow

Objective: Move people and goods in an efficient way, providing continuous traffic flow and a reduction in green house gas (GHG) emissions.

Why?

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Theme: Future planning, Environmental health & Preserve/enhance quality of life in adjacent communities

Objective: Preserve and enhance land within the study area where there are opportunities.

Why?

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