Calgary Provincial Highway Projects
Deerfoot Trail is the major north/south transportation route through the City of Calgary and is part of the North/South Trade Corridor. It is maintained and upgraded by Alberta Transportation.
Stoney Trail - Calgary Ring Road
The Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC), which includes Stoney Trail, was originally planned by the Province of Alberta and the City of Calgary in the late 1970s and is commonly referred to as the Calgary Ring Road. During the 1980s and 1990s the Province of Alberta, which is responsible for the development and management of the TUC, purchased most of the lands.
The map below contains links, represented by thick coloured lines or yellow dots, to Alberta highway projects in the City of Calgary. Please find your area of interest and follow the corresponding links.
With the northwest and northeast sections both in operation, and now the southeast section complete, Stoney Trail , connects Highway 2 (Deerfoot Trail) in the south to Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) towards Banff providing motorists with 70 kilometres of free-flow travel. The southeast section of Stoney Trail opens just weeks after the Tsuu T’ina Nation and the Government of Alberta reached a historic tentative agreement to develop the final leg of the Calgary ring road in the city’s southwest. The ring road is a vital part of the provincial highway network which will improve market access, supporting Alberta’s vision to provide safe, accessible, free-flowing travel.
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