The construction of the final section of the Calgary Ring Road will soon begin and some new design information was recently published on Alberta website for the West Calgary Ring Road. The Information Boards and Plans and Sections are from the 2018 sessions but weren’t published there before. Since these documents seem to move around I am posting the details here as well.  These screenshots are all from the two posted documents. The documents include elevations and proximity details for each interchange as well as sound and other detail.  Please check the main Alberta provincial site for updates as initial design details are always subject to change. If you know of any updates please contact me so I can update this post. 

This is the West Ring Road Overview:  

The bridge over the Bow River along Sarcee Trail will be twinned and the interchange at Valley Ridge/Crestmont will see a significant change.   As well, the connection of Sarcee Trail to the Trans Canada will see quite the expansion.

Going south there will be interchange connections at Old Banff Coach Road SW, Bow Trail SW, 17 Ave SW and then the main connection to the SW portion of the Ring Road at Stone Trail at Discovery Ridge. The connection is currently Glenmore Trail but will form part of Stoney Trail once complete.

The aggregate processing facility and gravel pit supporting the project will be located 1 km west of Cougar Ridge at the Burnco Site.

 

The SW portion of the ring Road (22 x to Glenmore) is expected to open in 2021 and this last West portion is expected to open in 2022. Once this section is complete the full Calgary Ring Road will be complete and in use.