PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
Over the next year we will be working with stakeholders and the public to gather feedback to develop design concepts, evaluation criteria and recommended plans for the Country Hills Boulevard N.W. and 128 Avenue N.E. study areas. We will do this in three phases:
- Discover Phase: Discover opportunities, challenges, priorities and evaluation criteria for the study area with stakeholders and the public
- Explore Phase: Explore design concepts and evaluation results with stakeholders and the public
- Reveal Phase: Present preferred plan to stakeholders and the public
COUNTRY HILLS BLVD. N.E.
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Make sure to fill out the 128 Ave. N.E. between Stoney Trail and Barlow Trail survey as well. You can do so by clicking one tab over at the top of this survey.
128 AVE. N.E.
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ABOUT THE PROCESS
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Country Hills Boulevard N.E. provides an essential east-west connection in north Calgary, establishing a vital link to Deerfoot Trail and access to the Calgary International Airport. Planning for the widening of Country Hills Boulevard N.E. between Coventry Boulevard and Barlow Trail to six lanes will improve mobility for existing residents and support future growth, while providing an opportunity to review and improve sustainable transportation modes along the corridor. The existing interchange at Deerfoot Trail has challenges and opportunities The City would like to explore.
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.
As both the timing and location of these two studies are so close together, The City will seek key stakeholder and public input for the two projects in a joint engagement process.
A What We Heard Report for the Discover Phase of engagement will be shared with the public early in the new year. In Spring 2020, we will explore design concepts and evaluation criteria with stakeholders and the public. By Fall 2020, we will share a preferred plan with stakeholders and the public.