Southwest Calgary Ring Road Transmission Project

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)
November 2016 Start construction if project is approved
Summer 2017 Complete construction

Project Status:
approved

Anticipated Project Schedule

November 2016 Start Construction
Summer 2017 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.

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