Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Survey: Replacing the Elbow River pedestrian bridges


Three pedestrian bridges along the Elbow River were damaged beyond repair in the June 2013 flood. The City of Calgary is beginning the process to replace these bridges according to today’s engineering and accessibility standards.

The City is conducting a survey to gather information from the public on how, when and why the public uses the pedestrian bridges along the Elbow River.  Please complete our short survey online or join us for an Information Session Tuesday, September 17, 5 - 7 p.m.
Christ Church, 3602 8 St. S.W., downstairs room (access from 34 Avenue S.W.)

  • The project team will be available to answer questions about the process that will be used to replace the bridges. 
  • The City wants to gather input before they hire a consultant to design the bridge.
  • Potential bridge designs will not be available at the session.
  • Attendees can complete the survey at the session.

Visit the project web page at www.calgary.ca/elbowbridges for ongoing project updates and to sign up for email updates.

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