Please note this web page is no longer active and retained for reference purposes only. For the most up to date information regarding the Green Line, please visit the main project page. For ongoing updates for Green Line engagement, please visit the Engage page.
THE GREEN LINE LRT
Green Line is Calgary's next Light Rail Transit (LRT) line. It will be 46km long and will nearly double the size of our current LRT network.
End-to-end, the line will connect the Northern Hills communities and Seton to downtown, and is estimated to make 90,000 - 140,000 trips per day.
The Green Line is more than just a transit project; it will improve the way we live, work, play and move in the city by helping create sustainable, liveable and vibrant communities.
The Green Line Vision
The Green Line speaker series provided insight into key principles that are shaping the way we plan and design the new Green Line LRT. Attendees heard from local and international experts discuss how transit moves people and shapes cities.
PROVIDE YOUR INPUT (now closed)
The Green Line LRT has been divided into four segments. This allows you to provide input based on your geographic area of interest.
Clicking on one of the images below will take you to a new page where you can learn about that portion of the project.
New community plans are being developed for the Green Line communities of Inglewood, Ramsay, Millican-Ogden, and South Hill. Click the Southeast image below to learn more and get involved.
Includes alignment from 4 Street SE, through Beltline, the downtown core, and across the river where the LRT will connect to Centre Street in Crescent Heights.
BeltlineIncludes the alignment along 12 Avenue S through the Beltline. There are currently two options under review.
NorthIncludes alignment from where the tunnel connects with Centre Street, North of the Bow River, to the north most proposed station at 160 Ave N
SoutheastIncludes alignment from 4 street SE, through Inglewood/Ramsay, all the way down to the south most proposed station of Seton