As part of The Government of Alberta’s budget announcement, they’re still on schedule to begin construction on the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR) in 2016 and open before 2022. They will continue with the SWCRR’s six connections, roadway improvements and the Council-directed traffic review in the southwest area to make sure the SWCRR fits with our road network.
The Province of Alberta has plans in place to complete Calgary’s ring road, currently named Stoney Trail. Construction is planned in two phases, with work beginning on both in the next three years:
· Southwest Calgary Ring Road - east of 69 Street SW on Glenmore Trail/Highway 8 south to Macleod Trail (Highway 2A) - Tsuu T’ina Nation- Alberta 2013 land agreement
· West Calgary Ring Road - Bow River/Hwy 1 to east of 69 Street S.W. on Glenmore Trail/Highway 8
To make a complete road network, the right connections are necessary. There are 11 locations where The City is designing and, in many cases, constructing roads that will connect the ring road to southwest Calgary. Haysboro Community is in close proximity of proposed connections to 90 Avenue SW and Southland Drive SW.
For more information on the project visit The City's Calgary Ring Road project page: