The engagement process for the study will be conducted in three phases.

We are currently at Phase 3: Reveal, where we will present the recommended plan to the public, answer questions, and take feedback. Feedback received during this phase will be used to refine and prepare the preferred plan for final review and approval.

Join us for an online event on May 30, 2024, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Public input can also be submitted through an online feedback form from May 21 to June 7, 2024.

Registration for the online event here.

The previous two phases Phase 1: Discover and Phase 2: Explore, were engagement opportunities that informed the recommended plan presented in Phase 3: Reveal.

  • Phase 1: Discover involved sharing prior City planning for 128 Avenue N.E. and identifying aspirations, issues, opportunities, and priorities of interested parties related to the project. The feedback was compiled to create the project's evaluation criteria and concept options.
  • Phase 2: Explore involved sharing design concepts with stakeholders and the public.


128 Avenue N.E. provides an important east-west connection through the Stoney Industrial Area which is identified for significant future growth of industrial development. The road connection is required to accommodate all modes of transportation, including motorists, public transit, cyclists, pedestrians and heavy vehicles accessing the Stoney Industrial Area. The objective of this study is to identify the functional planning design and preferred locations for the road and bridge(s) placement, determine efficient connections to existing roads and identify long-term right-of-way requirements.

Project goals:

  • Better accommodate people who walk, bike, take transit and drive.
  • Improve safety for those who travel through, or commute along, the study area.
  • Provide new connection of 128 Avenue N.E. between Barlow Trail and Stoney Trail.
  • Plan for new interchanges on both Deerfoot Trail and Stoney Trail.
  • Provide new crossing over CP railway and Nose Creek.

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Following public engagement during Phase 3: Reveal, feedback received during this phase along with technical information and feedback from City staff and consultants, will help refine the recommended plan. The recommended plan will be used for future stages of design and construction, the timing of which will depend on future funding availability and developer-driven plans for the area.