ABOUT THE PROJECT
The City of Calgary has a network of 83 enclosed bridges that connect office towers downtown; they protect pedestrians from the weather and provide more direct connections between buildings so that users do not have to cross busy urban streets.
In 1984, a Plus 15 Policy was approved by Council. Currently The City, the steward of these structures, is gathering input to update this policy to comply with modern standards, and look for opportunities for growth, improvements and wayfinding within the Plus 15 network.
Our goal is to update the Plus 15 Policy, and also create a network strategy, security strategy, asset management strategy, and finally a funding strategy to help guide and support the Plus 15 network for years to come.
INPUT IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS PHASE
Thank you for participating and providing your input. A What We Heard report will be posted as soon as all information is reviewed.
Your input will help The City create an updated Plus 15 policy. This first phase of engagement is focused on identifying issues and opportunities related to the current operation of the Plus 15s. Please tell us about how you currently use these bridges, what services or improvements might encourage you to use them more, and how you think they could be improved.
Your input, along with feedback we are collecting from building operators and other directly impacted stakeholders, will help to inform possible updates to the policy. Future engagement opportunities will provide additional refinements as the project progresses through 2018.
A What We Heard report will be posted as soon as all information is reviewed.