Monday, January 18, 2016

Main Streets on the move



Connecting Calgarians
Historically, many of our city’s main streets were built around street car lines, which contributed to the growth of communities with mixed use residential, commercial and retail spaces. As these main street areas evolved, so did the existing infrastructure, to optimize the use of public transit in these areas.

Consulting with experts
The Main Streets' team is working closely with experts from Calgary Transit and Transportation to discuss the important role of transportation infrastructure to the future of our main street areas.

The Green Line is a major expansion of Calgary’s transit network that will connect the north and southeast areas of the city to the downtown core.

It will be located near, or intersect with, four main streets:
Access to transportation options, and the growth of transportation services like the Green Line, not only makes these areas great places to travel through, but great places to be.

Get involved
To learn more about how the Main Streets initiative is working with experts from across The City on the outcomes that matter to Calgarians, visit calgary.ca/mainstreets.

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