Monday, August 17, 2015

Flanders Avenue Interchange - Upcoming information sessions

Construction of the new Crowchild Trail/Flanders Avenue Interchange will begin September 4 with the demolition of Flanders Bridge. The bridge and three new roundabouts will open in fall 2016, enhancing safety, pedestrian/cyclist access and traffic flow, while improving community connections.

Learn more about the project and construction schedule:

Two drop-in information sessions are scheduled to share the details of the new Crowchild Trail/Flanders Avenue Interchange with Calgarians.

The drop-in public information sessions will be held at The Military Museum’s Atrium (4520 Crowchild Trail SW), from 6-9 p.m., on Wednesday, August 19, and Tuesday, September 1.

In addition to providing information about the benefits of the new Interchange (including enhanced safety and traffic flow, better pedestrian/cyclist access and improved community connections), the presentations will include details about construction scheduling. The sessions will also detail the traffic impacts and detours that will be in effect when Flanders Bridge is demolished over the Labour Day long weekend (September 4 to 8).

For more details on the project or the information sessions, visit calgary.ca/flanders, or flandersinterchange.ca.

3 comments:

  1. I'm not sure how 2 lane circles will cause anything but confusion for the first 50 years. Hope it works

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  2. They're normal in EVERYWHERE ELSE in the world.

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  3. Holy batman look at those bike lanes

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