GREEN LINE SOUTHEAST


About

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.

The S.E. line will run from Inglewood/Ramsay to Seton. Along this portion of the line, five station areas have been identified for transit-oriented developments: Inglewood/Ramsay, 26 Ave, Lynnwood/Millican, Ogden and South Hill.

Route Map

map of the south segment of the Green Line

South segment of the Green Line LRT. Click to enlarge.

Enabling Works

In December 2016, the Federal and Provincial Government committed more than $250 million dollars to fund a series of Enabling Works for the Green Line LRT for 2017/18.

Projects such as utility relocations, land preparation, environmental remediation and transit improvements can require a lot of time and resources. Doing these types of projects proactively will help in managing project timelines and risks, and will allow future Green Line construction to occur more efficiently.

Click below to see a sampling of projects expected to begin in the next year. Detailed discussions with communities will be initiated in the coming months, as construction timelines are refined.


Community Planning

The Green Line LRT will change the way we live, work, and play in Calgary. With the help of Calgarians, The City is creating policy documents to guide development and growth in the communities and station areas near the new Light Rail Transit line.

Draft Area Redevelopment Plans (ARP) have been developed for the communities of Inglewood-Ramsay and Millican-Ogden and a Station Area Plan (SAP) has been developed for the South Hill Area. Since 2015, The City has been working with the public and community stakeholders to develop these draft plans.

Click below to learn more, review the Draft ARP or SAP for your community and a summary of engagement opportunities.


GREEN LINE ALIGNMENT

Instructions

Your community feedback and comments help us to design a Green Line that serves all Calgarians.

Past engagement has helped us finalize the southeast portion of the Green Line alignment. Citizen feedback has helped us define the corridor, confirm station locations, and fine-tune track alignment.

Thank you to everyone who provided their input! This activity is now closed.


How will your input be used

Comments and map locations will be reviewed by the technical team as part of the detailed design work to follow. The Green Line team has committed to listen to stakeholders and learn about your plans, views, issues, concerns, expectations and ideas.

Segment 1

Inglewood/Ramsay to Highfield

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11 contributions

INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Left click your mouse on the map to drag it around. You can move it and zoom in and out using the - and + buttons on the map. Use it just like a Google Map.
    2. Click the blue balloons to read comments left by area residents.

Segment 2

Lynnwood to Douglas Glen

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0 contributions

INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Left click your mouse on the map to drag it around. You can move it and zoom in and out using the - and + buttons on the map. Use it just like a Google Map.
    2. Click the blue balloons to read comments left by area residents

Segment 3

Douglas Glen to Seton

Closed
1 contribution

INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Left click your mouse on the map to drag it around. You can move it and zoom in and out using the - and + buttons on the map. Use it just like a Google Map.
    2. Click the blue balloons to read comments left by area residents.

ENGAGEMENT ARCHIVE

The Green Line team conducted 3 design Charettes from June to September 2015 for the communities around these five stations. The Charettes identified the need for updated area redevelopment plans, and a station area plan for South Hill. Several open houses, workshops and meetings were held from 2016-2018 in order to gather public input and make changes to the ARPs and SAP.

In October 2018, at the Standing Policy Committee on Planning and Urban Development, City Administration will request a deferral of the Inglewood-Ramsay, Millican-Ogden and South Hill local area plans. This ensures that additional amendments being made to the Developed Areas Guidebook are reflected in the local area plans and that further engagement with communities on any changes can be done in a coordinated way.