It is hard to imagine a piece of infrastructure that impacts Calgarians more than Deerfoot Trail.
The City of Calgary and Alberta Transportation are currently taking forward a comprehensive study to explore what improvements are needed on Deerfoot to better serve motorists. A study of this scope hasn’t been done in 20 years, and Calgarians are ready for some meaningful solutions. This isn’t a study solely focused on making Deerfoot bigger, it’s also about making Deerfoot better. Addressing pinch points at Anderson, Southland and Glenmore is critical, but we also need to identify how to better manage traffic flows and move Calgarians.
More information about the study can be found at Calgary.ca/Deerfoot
There are numerous public engagement opportunities coming in June. To supplement these sessions, I have partnered with my south Calgary MLA and Council colleagues for a town hall event:
The Deerfoot study team and the Green Line team will be giving presentations, and then we will turn it over to the public for their questions.
Deerfoot really matters, and I hope that many of you can join us for this great engagement opportunity!