This project is part of the Province of Alberta's Southwest Calgary Ring Road Project.
This project includes:
- removing approximately 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles) of 240 kilovolt (kV)/138 kV double circuit steel lattice transmission line from Tsuu T'ina Nation land and relocating it underground within the Transportation/Utility Corridor (TUC) south of Glenmore Trail and west of 37 Street Southwest
- rebuilding approximately one kilometre (0.6 miles) of two pole 138 kV transmission line from Tsuu T'ina Nation land and relocating as a double circuit 138 kV transmission line on the south side of Highway 8 within the TUC
- relocating approximately 0.5 kilometres (0.3 miles) of a 240 kV double circuit transmission line further west along Sarcee Trail
- reconfiguring existing transmission lines at the Sarcee Substation to accommodate the proposed interchange at Sarcee Trail and Highway 8
Detailed Project Schedule
|Early 2015||Notify and consult with stakeholders|
|Fall 2015||File application with Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC)|
|Winter 2016||Start construction if project is approved|
|Summer 2018||Complete construction|
Anticipated Project Schedule
|Winter 2016 (if approved)||Start Construction|
|Summer 2018||Complete Construction|
Although we attempt to follow the anticipated project schedule, it is subject to change. We will continue to provide you with updated schedule information as the project progresses.