Thank you for the thoughtful conversations and perspectives that you have shared with us to help us to get to this point. Working with our stakeholders has been an important part of developing the recommendations and we are grateful for all the time and energy you have given to the Green Line team.

Moving forward, please visit the main Green Line page for ongoing project updates.

Council approves Green Line Program

June 16, 2020

On Tuesday, June 16, City Council approved Administration’s Green Line recommendation on the updated Stage 1 alignment (from 16 Avenue N. to Shepard) along with changes to construction staging.

“Council’s approval today is a pivotal step in achieving the vision of Green Line promised to Calgarians,” said Michael Thompson, General Manager of Green Line. “The Green Line will improve mobility for all Calgarians connecting communities, employment hubs and key destinations across the city.”

In addition to approving the alignment, Council approved a new construction staging strategy. Administration’s recommendations reflect many thoughtful conversations since the June 1st Green Line Committee meeting with Council and stakeholders and balance the commitment to move forward with Stage 1, with the desire for greater certainty around managing risks.

Green Line Stage 1 will be constructed in three segments:

  • Segment 1: Elbow River to Shepard
  • Segment 2A: 2 Avenue SW station to Elbow River
  • Segment 2B: 16 Avenue N to north of 2 Avenue SW station

“Stage 1 builds the core of the Green Line long-term vision and will enable future incremental expansion as funding is available to realize the full benefits of the rapid transit network,” Thompson said. “High quality transit, like LRT, is a necessity for cities to grow, be attractive to entrepreneurs and a talented workforce, and to be competitive economic centres locally and internationally. Green Line is planned for long-term city shaping and spurring redevelopment and investment opportunities in Calgary and will be an important part of the city’s recovery generating 20,000 jobs.”

Segment 1 of the Green Line is shovel ready. The procurement process will move forward with the Request for Qualifications shortlisted proponents to be announced in June 2020, and the Request for Proposal to be issued no later than July 24, 2020. Given Segment 1 will be delivered as a design build finance project, the proponent teams will be bidding on the project starting on July 24, 2020 however, the detailed design and construction will begin in 2021.

As the city grows, there is a need to make balanced investment choices to ensure all Calgarians can live, work and play sustainably and affordably. Along with the new MAX bus rapid transit lines and the Red and Blue LRT lines, the Green Line will improve mobility choices connecting people to destinations across the city with transit service that is fast, frequent and reliable.

(originally published in City News, June 16, 2020)

This page includes updated information about the Green Line LRT, including proposed changes in Segment 2 (Centre St N to the Elbow River). Links to detailed information are provided below.

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What We Heard

Recent public engagement was conducted between January 29 and April 30, 2020. Click here to view the What We Heard report. Feedback received will help inform Council decisions in June when we report back to Green Line Committee with our recommendation for an updated Stage 1 alignment, an updated business case, our borrowing bylaw, as well as our governance.

Check out the videos and presentation from our online town hall sessions

Thank you to everyone who participated in our online town hall sessions on May 20 and 21, 2020. There were 162 attendees at our May 20 session, and 134 attendees on May 21. Links to videos of the sessions are below, and a record of the questions and comments received will be posted to this website in the coming days.

Some attendees had questions about property impacts and acquisition. Please review the Property Acquisition Information Sheet. You may also call 311 if you still have questions.

Green Line Town Hall #1 - May 20, 2020

Green Line Town Hall #2 - May 21, 2020

Presentation slides from town halls

Flip through the pages below to learn more about Stage 1 of the Green Line LRT. You can view in full screen mode by clicking in the centre of the image. If you prefer to download the file, click here.


In summer 2019, the Green Line project team advised Council about the need to review Stage 1 for the following reasons:

  • Customer Experience: The 8 storey deep tunnel and stations would impact the user experience and the Green Line vision of a light transit system that is accessible, potentially impacting projected ridership numbers.
  • Project Budget: Cost estimates were exceeding Green Line's funding of $4.9 billion by approximately 10%.
  • Construction Risks: As designs on the tunnel under the Bow River progressed and to avoid obstacles underground downtown, the tunnel and stations were becoming very deep by approximately eight storeys, further adding to construction and project risks.

The updated Stage 1 alignment can be delivered within budget, reduces project risks, and improves customer experience while achieving the project vision.

  • Segment 1 from 126 Avenue S.E. to the Elbow River includes nine stations.
  • Segment 2 from the Elbow River to 16 Avenue N. includes five stations (+1 with
    new 9 Avenue N station).
  • Approximately 21 km of BRT improvements until future stages of the Green Line are built

Construction of Stage 1 is a pivotal first step in achieving Green Line’s vision.

The total investment of $4.903 Billion will create an estimated 12,000 direct and 8,000 indirect jobs. This is significant and comes at a critical time when it is important to bolster Calgary’s economy. Green Line will be ready to service the needs of Calgarians when Calgarians are ready for economic recovery.

The Green Line will connect Calgarians to social and cultural destinations, and promote affordable housing and transit oriented development. It will also reduce greenhouse gases by 30,000 tonnes, the equivalent of 6,000 vehicles being taken off the road on opening day.


About the Green Line

Green Line is important to the future of Calgary and benefits all Calgarians. It represents a major investment in our transportation network, in our communities, and the future of our city.

Green Line Vision: A city-shaping transit service that improves mobility in communities in north and southeast Calgary, connecting people and place and enhancing the quality of life.

Like Calgary’s current LRT lines, the Green Line will be built in stages as funding becomes available.

At a Glance, the Green Line when completed, will:

  • Serve Calgarians in 27+ communities
  • Serve 60,000-65,000 LRT customers daily
  • Support over 220,000 to 240,000 trips per day
  • Consist of 46 km of track
  • Include 28 stations (+1 with new 9 Avenue N station)
  • Provide a future airport connection
  • Support future Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in 10 stations areas

Green Line serves the mobility needs of Calgarians:

Green Line improves mobility choices.

  • Green Line will deliver high-quality transit service to Calgarians in north central and southeast communities.

Green Line connects people and places.

  • Construction of the Green Line is our next step towards completing Calgary’s transit network.

Green Line enhances quality of life.

  • Along with the MAX Bus Rapid Transit lines, Calgarians will have fast, frequent, reliable transit service that connects communities, employment hubs, and key destinations across the city.

Engagement Archive

Public engagement ran from January 29 to April 30 and is now closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed; we received roughly 5000 comments through online and in-person engagement.

Engagement asked participants to comment on the opportunities and challenges associated with the recommended update to the Stage 1 alignment. Feedback was collected at a listen and learn level. This means we are committed to listen to stakeholders and learn about their plans, views, issues, concerns, expectations and ideas. Input received will be summarized and shared with the project team and City Council for consideration during their decision making in June 2020.

All information shown at public events is linked above in the DETAILED INFORMATION tab. Click through the tabs below to review the feedback we received online. Please note that map lines are approximate and have sometimes been offset in order to show the differences between two alignments.




The key change for Centre Street N include a surface alignment up the middle of Centre Street with a surface station south of 16 Avenue N.

Benefits and opportunities

Affordability and Risk: Eliminating the tunnel on Centre Street N reduces the total project costs

Ridership: Connecting to 16 Avenue results in 11,000 trips on opening day and provides critical connection to east/west routes like MAX Orange.

Expandability: Completing the Bow River Crossing now enables future expansions of Green Line North at lower incremental costs

Stakeholder interests we've heard

  • Improve public realm and streetscape
  • Reduce vehicular traffic along Centre Street N.
  • Minimize vehicular impact through community
  • Reconsider adding 9 Avenue N. Station
  • Minimize impacts to existing businesses: access, parking, property values
  • Minimize construction impacts to businesses
  • Support Centre Street N. redevelopment opportunities

Planning and design objectives

Planning & design objectives will be applied to respond to stakeholders concerns and advance the planning & design of the alignment.

  • Public realm that prioritizes pedestrian experience
  • Manage vehicle access for residents and businesses
  • Pedestrian connectivity
  • Minimize impacts to existing properities
  • Safe, efficient, reliable LRT, BRT and local bus operations
  • Maximize future development opportunities, prioritizing TOD

What we're still exploring

We are exploring three different alternatives for Centre Street N. We will be evaluating these alternatives in order to develop a final recommendation for Centre Street N.

  • Side-running LRT:
    • What: We are reviewing the placement of LRT along the curb side lanes of the roadway.
    • Why: This configuration provides for different benefits and tradeoffs between modes of transportation and property requirements.
  • Turn movements:
    • What: We are reviewing different options to accommodate left and right turn movements onto and off of Centre Street for people who drive.
    • Why: There are a number of different options for accommodating turn movements that have different tradeoffs and requirements.
  • 9 Avenue N. Station:
    • What: We are reviewing if a 9 Avenue N. Station could be included as part of the Green Line project.
    • Why: We have heard stakeholder feedback that is both supportive of and opposed to a 9 Avenue N. Station. There are benefits and tradeoffs to this decision

Reference images

Click on each of the images below to better understand the Centre Street N. area of the updated Green Line alignment.

Click here for a detailed overview of existing issues along Centre Street N.

Click here for an overview of the alignment and opportunities along Centre Street N.

What do you see as the opportunities and challenges with the updated alignment along Centre Street North?

1 May, 2020

Crescent Heights says:

“This represents an incredible opportunity for our city and my neighbourhood. We will regret this in the future if we don't support this. ”

1 May, 2020

Alecia says:

“People go to Eau Clarie? News to me all I see is a bunch of heroin addicts. ”

1 May, 2020

Phil says:

“Every citizen who uses our central park and riverwalk will have a reduced quality of life if this train is built.”

1 May, 2020

Traffic downtown says:

“Every citizen who drives through Eau Claire or Chinatown will have a reduced quality of life if this train is built.”

1 May, 2020

Don't wreck Centre says:

“Every citizen who drives down centre will have a permanent reduction in their quality of life if this train is built.”

1 May, 2020

Propaganda says:

“The before pictures have few people and are taken in winter, the after pictures in summer with lots of people. Such propaganda. Shameful.”

1 May, 2020

No train in park says:

“Don't put a giant concrete bridge through our central park. The costs of the north segment outweigh the benefits.”

1 May, 2020

Biased website says:

“Why doesn't the City identify all the costs of the project so citizens can be informed? Worse traffic, damage to park and riverwalk etc.”

1 May, 2020

YIMBY says:

“People opposing the bridge are NIMBYs and should have their right to engage taken away! ”

1 May, 2020

C3trees says:

“Without detailed plans for at-grade train service on Centre St, communities have no authentic opportunity to provide input. Re-do process.”

30 April, 2020

lucx says:

“With likely funding constraints after COVID, it would be prudent to stop at 7ave and consider underground for Centre in future stage.”

30 April, 2020

Devin says:

“At grade rail line reducing traffic to one lane each direction will make impossible to drive in rush hour on Centre. Noise pollution too.”


The key change for the Bow River Crossing is crossing via a bridge rather than tunneling under the river.

Benefits and opportunities

Affordability: Reduces project costs and risks by minimizing tunnel length and depth

Connectivity: Improves transit connectivity between north and south communities and employment centres.

Expandability: Completing the Bow River crossing now enables future expansions north at a lower incremental cost.

Ridership: Connecting to 16 Avenue Station results in an additional 11,000 trips on opening day.

Stakeholder interests we've heard

  • Preserve river pathway connectivity and enjoyment
  • Minimize impacts to views
  • Minimize impacts to adjacent residents
  • Minimize environmental impacts
  • Explore opportunity for multi-use pathway on bridge
  • Minimize disruption to Prince's Island Park (events, festivals, and community gatherings)

Planning and design objectives

Planning & design objectives will be applied to respond to stakeholders concerns and advance the planning & design of the alignment.

  • Maintain river pathway experience
  • Minimize environmental impacts
  • Minimize impacts to views
  • Mitigate construction impacts on uses of Prince’s Island Park
  • Thoughtful bridge architecture options

Potential bridge types

There are different bridge types that can be considered for the crossing of the Bow River. Some bridge types would have more prominent architectural features and other types would have simpler structure to blend in.

Possible bridge types under consideration include:

  • Constant depth viaduct
  • Trestle structure viaduct
  • Cable stayed main span bridge
  • Arched truss bridge

Example images of these bridge types can be found in the image gallery below. These are only examples of bridge types for discussion purposes. No formal bridge design has been completed.

How might the bridge land?

How the bridge lands on both the north and south side of the crossing will be crucial for the successful integration with the surrounding parks, pathways, homes and natural areas. Images of preliminary ideas for the bridge landings on the South side (Eau Claire Promenade) and North side (McHugh Bluff) can be found in the image gallery below.

Environmental considerations

Initial environmental reviews have been completed for the proposed bridge crossing to identify potential environmental impacts and mitigation measures. As part of the design process, detailed environmental assessment will be undertaken to inform the bridge design and construction methodology, as well as to support completion of required regulatory approvals.

Key considerations include:

  • Wildlife and wildlife habitat: Bridge design will consider how wildlife may move over, under and along the bridge.
  • Fish and fish habitat: How fish and fish habitat may be impacted will depend on the bridge design, and specifically the pier locations.
  • Prince's Island Park natural areas and park spaces: How Prince's Island Park may be impacted will vary depending on the bridge design. Impacted natural areas and park spaces would be restored to blend with surroundings.
  • Bow River users: There are requirements to provide safe detours for river users during construction and the bridge design will carefully consider potential impacts on navigation of the river.

Reference images

Click on each of the images below to better understand the Bow River Crossing area of the updated Green Line alignment.

Click here for an overview of a possible bridge alignment and example images.

What do you see as opportunities and challenges with the updated alignment over the Bow River?

1 May, 2020

Biologist says:

“I love how quickly random commenters turn into scientific experts. Please explain how concrete piles and a bridge ruin an ecosystem?”

1 May, 2020

YIMBY2 says:

“It is funny how quickly people complaining about NIMBYs become NIMBYs them selves!”

1 May, 2020

Comrade says:

“Tunnel under the bow is baaaaad idea comrade. ”

1 May, 2020

John says:

“Why would we spend 50X as much money on a tunnel under the bow that is prone to floods. Silly NIMBYs”

1 May, 2020

Stalin says:

“In Soviet Union NIMBY turned to YIMBY”

1 May, 2020

David says:

“The marshland on the east side of PIP would be destroyed if construction was to happen over it, Tunnel is the safer choice.”

1 May, 2020

Keepthetunnel says:

“You had the right idea the first time. Keep the tunnel. ”

1 May, 2020

Taxpayer says:

“The world spiraling into a recession with Alberta taking point. Great time to blow tax $ on a stupid, harmful idea!! Financial trainwreck!!”

30 April, 2020

DoTheRightThing says:

“The tunnel under the Bow was originally chosen because it was the best option and made the most sense. Do the right thing, not cut corners.”

30 April, 2020

mom and nature lover says:

“Please don't build a transit bridge over this green space. Downtown is full of concrete and exposure to pure nature is hard to come by here.”

30 April, 2020

Dont do the bridge says:

“An above ground bridge over wetland on PrincesIslandPark is not ok. Immense ecological and social value will be ruined. Reroute it. Go under”

30 April, 2020

Sarah Flynn says:

“I feel that you should avoid the wetland area at the east end of the island. It’s a beautiful area that is gone to lots of wildlife.”


The key changes for the Downtown include a shallower tunnel under 2 Street S.W., a surface station at Eau Claire and a portal (tunnel entrance) north of 3 Avenue S.W. The station at 7 Avenue S.W. remains an underground station.

Benefits and opportunities

Affordability and Risk: Reduces depth of 7 Avenue S.W. underground station and puts 2 Avenue S.W. station at surface.

User Experience: Improved user experience providing more convenience, comfort and ease of navigation.

Connecting People and Places: Connection to key attractions, events, jobs, residential populations and Red and Blue Lines.

Development Integration: Supporting existing and future development opportunities with station integration.

Stakeholder interests we've heard

  • Provide great public realm
  • Preserve river pathway connectivity
  • Do not impact connectivity of east-west avenues and overall mobility network
  • Preserve redevelopment opportunities
  • Minimize impacts to existing developments
  • Do not negatively impact property values and leasing appeal

Planning & design objectives

Planning & design objectives will be applied to respond to stakeholders concerns and advance the planning & design of the alignment.

  • Integrate LRT infrastructure with adjacent development and public realm
  • Minimize impacts to existing properties
  • Maintain river pathway experience
  • Enable future development potential
  • Support continued vibracy of cultural, social and community activities in the area
  • Minimize impacts to mobility network

Downtown portal - what might it look like?

The downtown portal provides an opportunity to redifine how we think about infrastructure in our city. It has the potential to contribute to our public space in meaningful ways as well as support surrounding businesses by being engaging and accessible.

Images of an initial concept for the portal can be found below. In its simplest form, the portal could create a new public gathering space at 3 Avenue S.W. Use of different materials, textures or lighting could be integrated into the portal structure to make it visually interesting.

Reference images

Click on each of the images below to better understand the Downtown area of the updated Green Line alignment.

Click here for an overview of existing issues along the 2 Street S.W.

Click here for an overview of the alignment and opportunities along 2 Street S.W.

What do you see as opportunities and challenges with the updated alignment in the Downtown?

30 April, 2020

A&T&T says:

“The Green Line team is trying to save their own jobs by continuing to advance the project DT and North. Do the south section only and pause.”

30 April, 2020

A&T&T says:

“Supporting research for 2 St says job density between 2nd and 4th St. is the greatest. It isn't. Oil price collapse, COVID. Jobs are gone.”

30 April, 2020

A&T&T says:

“Key Change is that you are Expropriating River Run condos and transferring value to the Eau Claire Mall Redevelopment and Waterfront Mews.”

29 April, 2020

Irina Kolbina says:

“It’s a great idea, I live in the are and it’s important that there is public transport in this side of downtown. Build it soon please.”

29 April, 2020

DB says:

“Explore the ability to encapsulate the tunnel portal within a large redevelopment (similar to the Central Library) such as Eau Claire market”

29 April, 2020

Robzal says:

“2nd Ave Station is too far North and a bad location. This station needs to be moved towards the 3rd/4th/5th Avenue area and be underground.”

29 April, 2020

Prudent Taxpayer says:

“Underground construction is risky and expensive; up to $1 Billion per kilometre. It is simply unaffordable. ”

27 April, 2020

Rosanne says:

“website with > 366 petitions is: 085/yycgreenline/”

27 April, 2020

Rosanne says:

“The website on Apr 21 has > 366 people opposed to build this greenline on 2nd St. S.W. over Prince's Island Park”

23 April, 2020

Nadia says:

“Let's be considerate of our health and reduce light & sound pollution as much as possible. A tunnel is the proper choice for our community.”

23 April, 2020

Nadia says:

“2: NatGeo Apr. 2020 issue: Lack of darkness can affect any animal whose biology depends on circadian rhythms - including us.”

23 April, 2020

Nadia says:

“1: NatGeo Apr. 2020 issue: "Light pollution is now among the most chronic environmental perturbations on Earth. Lack of darkness can...”


Key changes in the Beltline include moving the alignment to 11 Avenue S. (previously on 12 and 10 Avenues), an underground station at 4 Street S.E., and a portal (station entrance) at the Victoria Park Transit Centre. There is still an underground station located at Centre Street and a bridge over the Elbow River.

Benefits and opportunities

Affordability and Risk: Reduces land acquisitions and depth of underground stations.

Mobility: Maintains key vehicular routes.

Connecting People and Places: Connects to Victoria Park Event Centre, Rivers District, Beltline and East Village.

Urban Development: Unlocks development potential in Rivers District and supports the Community Revitalization Levy.

Station Integration: Supports existing and future development opportunities with station integration.

Stakeholder interests we've heard

  • Minimize impact to mobility network
  • Minimize impacts to future development densities
  • Avoid impacts to existing developments: access, egress, servicing
  • Support Rivers District and Stampede Masterplans and Events Centre planning
  • Locate transit infrastructure to service existing Beltline communities
  • Integrate station entrances with development

Planning and design objectives

Planning & design objectives will be applied to respond to stakeholders concerns and advance the planning & design of the alignment.

  • Minimize impacts to the mobility network
  • Minimize impacts to Stampede Park and existing residential & commercial properties
  • Locate station to support the vision for the Rivers District Master Plan
  • Explore opportunities to integrate station entrances into developments
  • Minimize disruption to Victoria Park Transit Centre

Reference images

Click here for a potential configuration of the updated Stage 1 alignment in the Beltline.

What do you see as opportunities and challenges with the updated alignment in the Beltline?

30 April, 2020

Fraser Abbott says:

“Pleased to see route along 11th Avenue South and station locations as well as the reduction of expenses with shallower tunnel options.”

30 April, 2020

Beltline Bro says:

“If the train goes on 11th there is ZERO need for a tunnel, put this above ground. An underground station is unsafe”

29 April, 2020

DB says:

“Make sure Centre Street station entrances are oriented towards 1 Street SW, which is where the activity and CPR underpass are.”

29 April, 2020

Robzal says:

“Would have been nice to have an underground station at 2nd Street SW by 10/11/12th Avenues.”

29 April, 2020

Bridgebuilder says:

“Elevated through the Beltline similar to West LRT is less than 50% of the cost. Go into downtown at 3rd Street East to City Hall.”

28 April, 2020

Tim says:

“Opportunity to integrate 4 St stn with future event centre if line moved underground to 12 Ave ”

11 April, 2020

Beltline resident says:

“Good that the stations are underground. 4th Street is closer to the Stampede and future arena. Centre Street doesn't matter where it is.”

8 March, 2020

Stations says:

“Centre Street Station should be moved to between 1 St SE and MacLeod. Both are major transit corridors and makes transfers easier. ”

8 March, 2020

Portal says:

“Doesn't having a portal right next to the Elbow create an issue during flood events? Portal should be pushed to just east of 5 Street.”

5 March, 2020

Yoda says:

“Run this underground along 8th ave till 10th street so all of downtown gets serviced and then use 10th st as there is little traffic there”

5 March, 2020

Joseph says:

“Have a integration with the Event Centre so visitors can have direct access to the building, and be protected from the elements.”

5 March, 2020

This is better says:

“This is a positive change as it serves the event centre and is not at grade”


As part of the updates to Stage 1, Administration will be recommending improvements to the BRT service along the Centre Street North.

Understanding that 15 to 30% of Calgarians living in the north central take transit to work, we will be implementing customer service improvements and transit priority measures to provide a higher quality BRT transit service in Norther Central Calgary.

BRT improvements being considered on Centre Street N are:

Customer service

  • Shelters and temperature controls
  • Lighting
  • Wayfinding and real time travel information

Transit priority

  • Street design
  • Traffic regulations and signals

What do you see as opportunities and challenges with the North BRT improvements being considered?

30 April, 2020

Sickofwaiting says:

“Make the North leg a priority. Council seems to forget the north when temporary solutions are made permanent. ”

30 April, 2020

Aaaaay says:

“Dedicated lanes for BRT route from 96th to 16th. ”

29 April, 2020

Jenny says:

“BRT absolutely needs to include dedicated lanes for buses that don’t mix with other traffic during rush hour. Can’t call it BRT otherwise.”

29 April, 2020

SK says:

“Create Express bus routes for communities in North Central Calgary, that go directly from places that people live to where people work. ”

29 April, 2020

DB says:

“Ensure that the route has dedicated stopping and passing lanes throughout the downtown (see 15/16 Streets in Denver).”

29 April, 2020

Robzal says:

“Priority needs to be on getting funding to build North of 16th Avenue up to 96th Avenue. Goal should be to get this built by December 2030.”

11 April, 2020

North Calgarian says:

“Fears that Council will be content with the North MAX, and will delay developments for the Green Line north extension. ”

11 April, 2020

North Calgarian says:

“Make the stations beautiful and have real time update screens like they do with the Max system. ”

15 March, 2020

jeff says:

“A temporary plan only. The real benefit comes when the green line is extended north. At least they're thinking about north BRT. ”

10 March, 2020

M Tam says:

“GreenLine planned route should include access to airport!! An opportunity to reduce travel time and carbon footprint. Replace BRT300!”

8 March, 2020

Shawn says:

“This plan gives the North better rapid transit while waiting on funding for the Green Line. Not ideal, but helpful.”

8 March, 2020

Shawn says:

“This will move us toward rapid bus lines = MAX (instead of the split btwn routes 300/301/302 being half-BRT and MAX routes being actual BRT)”


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