Over the past decade, the city of Calgary has experienced a rapid growth in population, increasing by more than 220,000 people from 1999 – 2009. This high level of growth has created a huge demand for increased road infrastructure throughout the city.
One quadrant that has grown significantly is northeast Calgary.
The City has responded to growth in this area by making investments of nearly $600 million to improve the northeast transportation network
In the below video, Mac Logan, Transportation General Manager, identifies the recent investments in pedestrian, transit and road infrastructure and discusses future linkages.
More information about the NE Area Transportation Network can be found here.