Drop-in to the East Hills Walmart (255 East Hills Blvd. S.E.) on January 28, 2016 from 4-8 p.m. to learn about the study and tell us what you think about the preliminary options. You can also view the display boards and provide input at calgary.ca/17AveStudy from January 28 – February 12, 2016.
17 Avenue S.E. provides an important regional connection between Calgary and Chestermere. It is also identified as a primary transit and cycling route.
|Illustration of what 17 Avenue S.E. could look like|
17 Avenue S.E. will be a liveable street focusing on modes of travel that enable social interaction like walking, cycling, and taking transit. It will be a destination as well as a route of travel such as 4 St. S.W.
We have been working with stakeholders since June to develop guiding principles as well as prioritize the type and location of bicycle facilities, on-street parking, sidewalks, and green space. We also determined that the corridor will have two vehicle lanes and a median (middle) transitway. As a result of their input, we have developed preliminary options for the corridor to take to the public for feedback.
For more information, go to calgary.ca/17AveStudy.