Traffic Issues and Concerns

Addressing speeding through the community

We continue to have concerns raised with noise as well as excessive speed/acceleration related to the South West Ring Road (SWRR) and its connecting roadways. Pedestrian crossings across 90th Avenue remain the greatest safety concern.
We are cautiously optimistic that some of our road safety projects will get approved and implemented. Oakside Gate & 90th Avenue should see pedestrian lights installed this summer. Palliser Drive and 29th Street should also get road calming at the pedestrian crossing. We are also looking at a speed reductions on Palliser Drive from the posted 50km/hr.
We encourage any resident wanting to communicate comments & concerns to call 311 while keeping the OCA informed. We are continuing to communicate with other community associations in District 32, particularly PBPCA and Cedarbrae Community Association to determine their experience/feedback from their residents. 
We continue communicating with the City of Calgary Administration and our councillor’s office regarding road safety.
To report an ongoing concern related to speeding. school/playground zones, pedestrian safety issues, or intersection safety issues, you can submit a Traffic Service Request through this link:


Southwest Ring Road now fully open

The final portion of the Southwest Ring Road opened on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 2nd, 2021.

The final leg of the southwest portion of the road, from 146th Avenue to Highway 22X, had been closed to traffic for a year. The west portion of the road, from Highway 8 to the TransCanada Highway, will not be completed until 2024.

Listed below are this links for all information and updates regarding the Southwest Ring Road (SWRR).

City of Calgary

Alberta Transportation