AltaLink’s existing 54L transmission line was constructed in 1943. This transmission line has reached the end of its lifecycle. We are proposing to rebuild this line to ensure that a safe and reliable supply of power is available for years to come.
The existing 54L transmission line is a single circuit 138 kilovolt (kV) line that is located in Canmore and Banff National Park. This proposed project involves rebuilding approximately eight kilometres of the line that runs between the Canmore Substation and the boundary of Banff National Park. Planning for the rebuild of the portion of line in the park is in early stages and not part of this project.
We hosted a virtual information session on November 3 to answer questions and provide more information about the project. Members of our consultation, environment, electrical effects and siting teams were available to discuss the project during the session. If you were unable to attend, you can view a video of the virtual information session here.
Anticipated Project Schedule
|June 2023||Start Construction|
|December 2024||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.